Handwriting Styles

Odette is an elegant and upright print style, that has some stylistic design qualities of italic handwriting.

Antoinette is more of a rounded print style of writing with proportional letters, that can easily be adapted by anyone.

Lisette is a narrow and condensed print style, and is ideal for taking notes.

This is a modern style of cursive writing that follows the rules of cursive, and has design qualities of traditional cursive.

This is the basic form of italic handwriting. It is slightly slanted to the right and in this monoline form, it can be practiced using any pen or pencil. No specialized nibs are required.

Italic cursive is formed by adding joins to italic print letters. Unlike traditional cursive where all letters are 100% connected to one another, that may not be the case for italic cursive. Some letters do not join to others.