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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby AJBryant » Wed 07.04.2007 9:21 pm

LOL!

Gotta love Wenyan. :)

I read that as "mai ippou..." sigh. Darn that Japanese override on my brain.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby ss » Wed 07.04.2007 11:23 pm

Darn that Japanese override on my brain.


Oh, that would be my goal!

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Take for an example - Practice makes perfect.
We might visualize people practicing to improve their performance.
But there are those who actually even sweated it out at practice every day!

so, 每一步腳踏實地 - Every step is a realistic approach (concrete grounding).

and since each person has his/her own cultural origins, background, upbringing, personality, social circus, interest and needs,

so, 每一事中規中矩 - Every stuff you're doing, do your best to choose a setting that is appropriate for your purposes, and confirm that the other person is also satisfied.

真也 - true, genuine, sincere

Those Chinese saying are from my daddy, sometimes mom and I have hard time understanding. However, said is easier than done .... muahahaha...

Hope Papa's brain is not exploding. ^^;
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Chikubi » Wed 07.04.2007 11:46 pm

Haha alright! Hey SS-sama ;) whats ur handwriting look like?
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby ss » Wed 07.04.2007 11:52 pm

Don't use sama after my name, or best, just stop here.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Chikubi » Wed 07.04.2007 11:59 pm

huh
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Kim Sara » Thu 07.05.2007 4:27 am

Ohhh, I found out that this topic is so interesting ! I will try to write Nihongo (although Watashi no Nihongo wa chottoo desu ). Doumo arigatou gozaimasu !
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby AJBryant » Thu 07.05.2007 7:45 am

SS wrote:
Take for an example - Practice makes perfect.
We might visualize people practicing to improve their performance.
But there are those who actually even sweated it out at practice every day!


Very true. :)

so, 每一事中規中矩 - Every stuff you're doing, do your best to choose a setting that is appropriate for your purposes, and confirm that the other person is also satisfied.


Oh, it's VERY important that the other person is satisfied. :o :p B)

Those Chinese saying are from my daddy, sometimes mom and I have hard time understanding. However, said is easier than done .... muahahaha...


He sounds very cool. Love to meet him sometime.

Hope Papa's brain is not exploding. ^^;


Not at all. ;)
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby sei » Thu 07.05.2007 8:06 am

I always wondered why SS called Tony by "Papa".

It's very cute actually, but I always wondered if it has a long story behind or something. ^^
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby ss » Thu 07.05.2007 9:04 am

Sir AJBryant wrote:
Oh, it's VERY important that the other person is satisfied. :o :p B)


もちろん, 特にココ姫! Please don't make her hungry, okay?

He sounds very cool. Love to meet him sometime.


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Sei wrote:
I always wondered why SS called Tony by "Papa".

It's very cute actually, but I always wondered if it has a long story behind or something. ^^


Sei,
昔々、there were a group of energetic students participated in the "reading Japanese novels" event organized by our beloved ココ姫 ...... You may like to refer to these threads for more information:
Trial and How to keep the Trial Thread effectively
Unfortunately, 80% of our nonsenses was deleted, try to use a bit of your own imagination there. (Btw, ココ姫 suggested the word "Papa", not me, むあははは...)
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby sei » Thu 07.05.2007 10:44 am

SS wrote:
Sei,
昔々、there were a group of energetic students participated in the "reading Japanese novels" event organized by our beloved ココ姫 ...... You may like to refer to these threads for more information:
Trial and How to keep the Trial Thread effectively
Unfortunately, 80% of our nonsenses was deleted, try to use a bit of your own imagination there. (Btw, ココ姫 suggested the word "Papa", not me, むあははは...)


Wow, that was a long read. :)

I think I checked every link and read the most I could (nice story by the way :p) but I didn't see anything about the "Papa" thing. :|

Must have missed something.

Thanks anyway.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby tanuki » Thu 07.05.2007 11:41 am

Like SS-san said, a lot of our nonsense was lost in some server problem. Such a shame...

By the way, I love Tony's tendency to twist innocuous statements. :)
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby AJBryant » Thu 07.05.2007 1:47 pm

tanuki wrote:
By the way, I love Tony's tendency to twist innocuous statements. :)



It's a gift. :)


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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby Chris Hart » Thu 07.05.2007 2:48 pm

Infidel wrote:
actually, I've found the new gel signos .33 work best. You may have to look high and low for them though.

Of course in Japan we'd be talking about the .18s or smaller, but .33 is the smallest gel I've found. There are also some .20 uni-ball ink pens but since they are ink not gel, they bleed into the paper and when the ink difuses it defeats the purpose of getting a really fine point.


You may want to try different paper in that situation. I usually use inkjet paper, and rarely experience ink bleeding. I am using .2mm micron pens by Sakura.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby the_haunted_boy » Tue 07.17.2007 3:31 pm

everyone's handwriting is better than mine, I am feeling sad now.
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RE: Kanji Handwriting Thread

Postby ph3nd » Mon 08.27.2007 4:31 am

well this is my handwriting

for those that care it is the song that plays at the start of each episode of scrapped princess

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and stupid me i went and used a っ instead of a ッ for the ポッケト in the second line :@
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The first one is writen in pencil and i dont realy like it

the second was writen with a .5mm felt tip

and the third with a ball point which i realy didnt like so i stopped almost straight away
(i cant write english neatly with a ball point pen :( )

anyways hope id doesnt hurt your eyes

oh and its using 5mm squares
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