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Letters h and k. Both are going to use the full height, they're going to start in the
ascenders space and go down to the baseline. We'll start with the h, nice straight spine
on the h and a stem stroke that arcs up and then comes down. So we can see that the h
relates to the n. The only difference is it has a taller spine. So there's the letter
h. The letter k, again straight spine, enter your next two strokes. Next stroke is a curve
stroke, a third stroke is a straight stroke, we call this a foot or leg. I like foot better.
Okay. So we have a curve, we often find this pattern where we have a straight then a curve
then a straight. So straight, curve, if I can get one more stroke and straight. Now
because of the combination of strokes, you're going to find that it will take a little bit
of experimentation to get the right proportion here. So, k. It's helpful to think of this
stroke as coming in to the midpoint in the height of the lower case space. This foot
comes out just a little bit further. Can you see it comes out a little passed. So k. And
I'll make this into h. Again, both letters have that slight forward slant. You can see
them slightly off. Another reason why I like the gridded paper is, it gives you the perpendicular
which is good. One more k.