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We'll begin with a basic oval shape. We're working in the 8 pen width area, so we're using the capital height, and we're going to make an oval in two strokes. Now,...
Capital "L", another straight letter, so I'm going to start with a straight stroke. But if you looked at the "I", you noticed we started it like this, and...
OK, not perfect. The X is a two story letter. It's bilaterly symmetrical. It needs to be weighted on the bottom for that sense of stasis, and therefore, you're going to try to aim so...
Remember that this is also the word I, as in I am, so it's a pretty important letter and it's an important word also. The J is actually a letter that was not there in the original...
Captial X. Very similar to lower case X only larger of course. So we're going to first just look at the shape and proportion of the strokes and then we'll sort of fine tune it. So the...