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Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby mbridge » Fri 08.21.2009 10:59 pm

I'm interested in seeing your handwriting.

Please try to reply only with handwriting.

Also, please try to write on paper using a pencil or pen if possible.
(Handwriting that is written on the computer looks different.)

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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby becki_kanou » Fri 08.21.2009 11:35 pm

There is already a thread for this that may be of interest to you...
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby Infidel » Sat 08.22.2009 4:01 pm

becki_kanou wrote:There is already a thread for this that may be of interest to you...


to be fair, that is a handwriting evaluation thread, where the op wants to make a handwritten conversation. Personally, writing on paper and scanning it is too much trouble for me. I paid $200 for this pen and tablet to write with my computer, so to participate computer handwritten submissions need to be okayed.
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby AJBryant » Sun 08.23.2009 12:16 am

Infidel wrote:Personally, writing on paper and scanning it is too much trouble for me.



Ditto, I'm afraid to say.
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby Harisenbon » Mon 08.24.2009 12:29 am

AJBryant wrote:Ditto, I'm afraid to say.


I have a tablet PC and a scanner within arms reach of me, and it's STILL too much work for me...

What does that say about me?
(Other than the fact that my handwriting looks like illiterate chicken-scratch)
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby katafei » Thu 08.27.2009 3:00 am

Me, I'm not too lazy to scan and upload sth, but I am too lazy to write sth :mrgreen:
Here's a picture of my current notebook:
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby becki_kanou » Thu 08.27.2009 4:12 am

katafei wrote:Me, I'm not too lazy to scan and upload sth, but I am too lazy to write sth :mrgreen:


I think it's interesting that you keep your notes in English rather than Dutch. Any reason for that?

PS I love your English G, Y and F; very elegant.
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby phreadom » Thu 08.27.2009 4:49 am

becki_kanou wrote:
katafei wrote:Me, I'm not too lazy to scan and upload sth, but I am too lazy to write sth :mrgreen:


I think it's interesting that you keep your notes in English rather than Dutch. Any reason for that?


It's not entirely in English; "gewoonlÿk", "dehele (betekenis)", and "shuilpl?? regen" are Dutch. So she's actually mixing both languages, which makes it even more interesting. ;)

becki_kanou wrote:PS I love your English G, Y and F; very elegant.


I noticed the same thing. :D
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby katafei » Thu 08.27.2009 4:58 am

Thanks for the compliments on some of my writing^^
shine shine shine :mrgreen:

As for the the use of English?? No reason, really. But all Japanese text books are in English, as were our classes, (and half the time my thoughts are English, so....) so for me, Japanese and English are tightly woven together. But sometimes the first (or best) translation that pops into my head is Dutch, hence the mixture.
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Re: Handwriting / 手書き thread

Postby Endo » Wed 09.23.2009 11:32 am

becki_kanou wrote:
katafei wrote:Me, I'm not too lazy to scan and upload sth, but I am too lazy to write sth :mrgreen:


I think it's interesting that you keep your notes in English rather than Dutch. Any reason for that?

PS I love your English G, Y and F; very elegant.

I'm Dutch too and strangely I also do that, my notes are more in English than Dutch and it does have to do that most material is in English I guess.
I posted mine on the other thread
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