Bill Holtzmuller, Writing exercises, page 7
THE MAGIC MOTION OF THE CAPITAL LETTERS
O o THis direct oval is very
helpful in learning to make the
letters, O, A, C, D, E, G, S, and L.
Push-pull lines give
strength, and help with P, B, and R.
O Indirect ovals help us
with many letters, F, H, I, ,J, K, M,
N, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, n, m, x, y, and z.
Have you seen a magician lately? When writing the capital letters, there are certain motions that give us magic help.
What motion will help you with a capital Q? Make up your own magic motion page for the other small letters of the
O o This direct oval is
very helpful in learning to
make the letters, O, A, C, D, E, G, S,
and L. Push pull lines
give strength, and help with P, B, and
R, O Indirect ovals
help us with many letters F, H, I, J.
K, M, N, T, U, W, X, Y, Z, n, m, y, and
Drills will help you when you have some reason for using them. You may use them to relax, for rhythmical counting, to check
your posture, to improve your touch, to get the general swing of the letter, and to gain complete confidence in your abil-
ity to use the pen. Remember, that movement is necessary for all exercise practice.
- Frank Nugent Freeman
- Book Title
- Looking ahead recorder 8
- Date published
- Bill Holtzmuller
- After 1948
- 21cm x xcm; in in, ivory
- Penmanship Style
- File name
- Bill Holtzmuller 19xx-001-001-001
- Link to timeline of penmanship book and author
- Links related to Frank Nugent Freeman
University of California, Berkeley