italic handwriting japan 2010, report

In this course students begin with the study of Italics from XVII and XVIII century correspondence. From these historical samples they develop their own hand.

Over the years I have collected a large amount of historical handwritten correspondence in Italic, which students will use to study the infinite possibilities of personalization of one's own hand, while keeping its quality of freshness, speed and informality.

This course follows the lessons of my correspondence course and the book Freehandwriting, although it goes much deeper into the program. In the end students complete a box with the hand development from historical to contemporary.