Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
Cleolinda Jones
cleolinda

Because people wanted to see

I'm not used to this scanner, so it's neither as big nor as dark as it should be. (Note: I do actually write lowercase T's--as in the word "printing"--but the scanner doesn't seem to be picking them up.) But (click to enlarge):





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Mechanical pencil on white printer paper--

This is what my "nice" "printing" looks like. I used to have a separate "cursive" hand, but now they're just totally blended together. Notice the weird shortcut that I use for the -ing combination. Also, at some point, I just became incapable of writing a lowercase D in the middle of a word. Well, mostly.

This is what my printed italics look like, as one would use for emphasis in the middle of a printed sentence.

This is what my messy note-taking handwriting looks like. Most of my handwritten drafts look like this.

This is my real (first name) signature--Lauren.

[Lauren]

No, I am somehow not a doctor.

This is what my pen name signature looks like, which I probably shouldn't give you in easily-abusable image format, but it's not like someone couldn't scan in one of the books I've signed, so--

there's not always a curl on the C --> [Cleolinda Jones] <-- sometimes I put a loop on the J

You can tell I'm not used to signing this because some of the letters are actually distinct.

(No, I did not use a line guide. My lines are somehow always this straight.)

There is also probably something to be said from a handwriting analysis POV about the fact that I sign w/ large, flourishing initial letters and then get lazy. Maybe that I'm a big-picture person, or that I have a big ego, or that I start projects w/ enthusiasm but rarely finish. All of these things are probably true.



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