More insights into how to write Cursive for Lowercase Letters
Letters that have a curved stroke are- a, c, d, e, g, o. They also comprise a simple stroke. Once you have learned this, move towards more complex letters.
a- Draw a curved stroke from bottom to middle line, form a slanted ‘o’. Take it towards the top of the dotted line towards the end of ‘o’.
c- Draw a curved stroke from bottom to the middle line and make it curved towards the right. Take it back to make ‘o’ slanted. End the stroke below the middle line, instead of closing it. d,q, and g also have a similar way to draw.
- Uppercase letters: Once you get comfortable with lowercase letters, it’s time to move towards uppercase letters. Learning to make lowercase letters is a huge task to accomplish the task and once you get it, it becomes easier to learn the complex letters.
Follow the below examples to write the uppercase letters
Try B- Draw a straight stroke from top to the bottom line. Draw a rounded curve from top to the middle dotted line. Draw another curved stroke from the dotted line to the bottom line. Sweep the stroke in the right direction, above the last line i.e bottom line.
The uppercase ‘B’ differs from lowercase ‘b’.
Try E- Draw a small vertical loop, from top to bottom. Extend the loop to the bottom line.
The group of letters to learn at first are C, E, G, L and O. All these letters are similar.
For R, start from the top and take it to the downward in the bottom line. Make an upward curvy stroke and loop to the left and hit the top line. Now, make a curved stroke to the middle line and another to the bottom and end with a small curve.
- Choose a cursive Font: You can select a font for cursive writing. These fonts are available on word processors and Google Docs. You need to understand them carefully and know which will work the best for you. Make another loop from the dotted line to the bottom line. Extend the loop upwards, to make it above the bottom line.
- Fancier Script
- Lavender Script
- Shelley Script
- Citadel Script
- Creamy Script
- Style Script
- Practice on a regular basis: To get command over anything, you need to dedicate yourself and commit some time. You should spend at least 20 minutes every day to master the skill. If you want to succeed in anything, learn to make it your priority. As taught in the tutorial, start from learning lowercase letters and move to uppercase. Once you practice and master, the skill it will become very simple to write in cursive format.
Initially, practice straight upward stroke letters like l, f, h and u. Then move towards the curved stroke ones. Practice each letter until you design the regular shape consistently.
Once you get comfortable in making different words, write long sentences, books for your practice. You can also teach your siblings or friends and make it a fun challenge.