Script And Cursive Alphabets

Author: Dan X. Solo
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486253060
Size: 10.36 MB
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This treasury of script and cursive fonts offers artists and designers a broad range of type styles that richly convey the elegant intricacies of hand lettering. Includes the flowing elegance of Liberty; the sturdy formality of Piranesi Bold Italic; the airy Art Deco flair of Hannover; and more. Many include upper- and lower-case alphabets, plus numerals.

Cursive Alphabet Book

Author: Insignia Learning
Publisher:
ISBN: 1539908151
Size: 12.43 MB
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Cursive Alphabet Handwriting Book Get Your Copy Today! 8.5 Inches By 11 Inches 100 Pages Suitable for Handwriting Practice Preschool Kindergarten All The Letters Of The Alphabet A Page Per Letter Uppercase Lowercase Get Your Copy Today!

Bold Script Alphabets

Author: Dan X. Solo
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486144054
Size: 19.84 MB
Format: PDF
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Attention-getting typefaces (italic, cursive) in dazzling variety—most in upper- and lowercase, many with vignettes or punctuation marks.

Script Lettering For Artists

Author: Tommy Thompson
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486213118
Size: 20.22 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Copiously illustrated by foremost script designer, this complete course covers all the basics for commercial artists: tools, materials, various letter styles, and more.

Handwriting Cursive Workbook

Author: Brighter Child
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
ISBN: 9781483816432
Size: 15.63 MB
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Brighter Child Handwriting: Cursive helps students master legible writing in the cursive style. Practice is included for lowercase and uppercase letters, words and sentences, and more. School success starts here! Workbooks in the popular Brighter Child series are packed with plenty of fun activities that teach a variety of essential school skills. Students will find help for math, English and grammar, handwriting, and other important subject areas. Each book contains full-color practice pages, easy-to-follow instructions, and an answer key.

English Cursive Book Hands 1250 1500

Author: M.B. Parkes
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781351940092
Size: 12.30 MB
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First published in 1969, English Cursive Book Hands rapidly established itself as a key resource for the study and teaching of palaeography. It covers the changes in handwriting that arose from the mid-twelfth century, tracking the growth and development of the cursive script that came to dominate book production in medieval England. This reprint is a re-issue of the 1979 second edition published by Scolar Press. This study sets out the nature of the developments which took place in English book hands, from the mid-twelfth century, largely determined by two factors: the increasing demand for books, and the increase in the size of the works to be copied. The secularization of learning and the rise of the universities created a voracious demand for texts and commentaries. At the same time improving standards of literacy led to a demand from a wide range of patrons for books of a more general nature. In such circumstances speed and ease of writing became increasingly important. Scribes began to use different kinds of handwriting for different classes of books, and as a result a new 'hierarchy' of scripts arose, each with its own sequence of development. Towards the end of the thirteenth century the cursive script which had recently been evolved for the preparation of documents was introduced into books. A hierarchy also arose in the cursive script itself, as scribes began to devise more than one way of writing depending on the degree of formality they required. Eventually the varieties of cursive usurped the functions of other scripts in the copying of nearly all kinds of books and documents. English Cursive Book Hands illustrates the developments which took place in the cursive handwriting used in England for writing books.