Handwriting tutorial for adults not children. See and www.soundcloud.com and search John R Neal to listen to more of my music.
Nice soft easy delivery. Interesting freedom to include one's own style. Weight on appearance & legibility. Yeh – yah a signwriter! I find my handwriting is only near to the lowest mark & at that only when I go slowly. "Cursive" writing was surely for speed in a world that was rapidly rapid! "Fountain" pens; No pause for dipping; a continuous line, no lifting off. Built for speed. Now I see that you, (& I), do lift off. You, however, do your letters in little jerks. OK it works – just an observation – – – – you see. To make it more legible I don't join up every letter. I hope you are correct about a resurgence in handwriting. I am almost ready!
John I'm a civil servant and quite frequently computer based or filling out forms. my handwriting had become shocking. lately I have been facinated with improving my handwriting. Thank you for this video
I write sideways. like my hand comes across the page from the right and then I pull it across as I write. is that weird?
2:35 oh, i love that music 😃
I like how your "r" and "w" are not connected to the next letter, they tend to make a mess in my writing
Really great video 🙂
Well boss I was taught how to write like an adult because my handwriting is just like yours and I was taught since 5 years old.
I'm probably one of the last people in California who still has to handwrite reports at work. If I had decent penmanship, I wouldn't mind, but I have – what I think is – focal dystonia of the right hand, which causes my hand to cramp or shake whenever I try using fine motor skills. This leads me to hold the pen or pencil in a death grip near the tip. I even tried to switch to fountain pens, but still have that problem…
He writes very nice, but drawing 😣
Thank you, John. You are awesome!
Please help me for improving my handwriting
I'm watching this and I'm a child
I was taught how to hold a pencil at Primary school (Australia 1961 onwards). Today's young people seem to have lost the ability to use their thumbs properly when writing. The pen/ball point/ fountain pen is held in almost the same way they might hold a hammer or some other "agricultural" implement!
Thank you for this video. I am an old man and remember at school being taught to write using a pen and ink. This discipline helped me to learn to write well as we were marked down for blots which made us control the pen and ink. I really did enjoy those lessons as it was an art. However, since that time I have lost the strength in my hands as evidenced by examinations where my hands have hurt for days afterwards. It has been on my mind recently to step back and enjoy writing letters again and just enjoy the art of writing well. Until your video, there seems to be only calligraphy out there but you have corrected that. Many thanksGeorge
it should be required for doctors to watch this video
Are you Baha'i? I see Baha'u'llah's name in the corner! Cheers!
This video has changed my life! For years and years I have struggled with writing the "wrong way". My that what I mean is that I have always been very tense when writing and almost using my whole arm for the movement (which always results in rocking the table considerably!). My movement have also always been very jerky. Within two days of practising I am now writing just like you demonstrate and have now mastered a much more flowing style with a much better "rhythm". Thank you very much!
It was very nice video sir. i loved it…..though i want to improve my handwriting overall…that is i want to write fast n good….if u can help plz tell me…..
Its great sir
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