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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...
Letter b, lower case, it's going to be combining that long stroke of the l, here's an l and also the rounded stroke of an o into one letter. So we're going to make a little...
The letter d. The letter d is compose of two strokes, the first being the curve and the second stroke being the spine. Now with the d, we have a little more difficulty than the b because we're...
The letter x. Again, we're back to that old problem of trying to figure out how to make something that doesn't have a straight line, tip forward. So we'll try to de-construct...
Capital D. Beginning again with a straight spine. This time, making a little foot on the spine down there. There's a reason for that, we want to rest that little foot right on the baseline....

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