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The letter S. Capital S is, believe it or not, easer to write than the lower case s.
It's comprised of the same strokes. The same strokes, same beautiful curves and happily
more room because we are in a bigger space. We are using the same pen in a bigger space.
So that means we can add a little more swing to the S. So I am just going to leave that
spine out there so you can see. What's happening is we still have a straight part to the spine
but it's a little more expansive. So the caps are going to fit, break the space a little
bit. Break the capital space a little bit. But keep the same proportion so that we have
an S which has, oh, way too much ink. An S that has way too much ink but we can still
demonstrate the space. This space here is smaller and this space here is larger. So
we have an S hopefully will be more beautiful this time around. And tips forward ever so
slightly. Much better.