Quantcast Figure 5-29.Six  basic  lettering  strokes. - 14263_249

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Letter Strokes, Continued Practice lettering strokes The carpenter’s pencil is the ideal tool to practice the solid stroke of the gothic alphabet, the thick-and-thin strokes of the roman-style alphabet, and script  letters.    Sharpen the carpenter’s pencil to a square chisel point.   Sit comfortably with your work directly in front of you.    Do not twist or turn your  hand  as  the  strokes  turn.  There  are  six  basic  lettering  strokes  that combine  to  form  all  letters.  Practice  these  strokes  individually,  then  combine strokes to form letters. Figure 5-29 shows the six basic lettering strokes. Figure 5-29.—Six  basic  lettering  strokes. Continued  on  next  page 5-28

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