First I introduce myself a bit (I won't tell you my name yet xd) I'm a student of translation in catalonia and i've been doing japanese for 2 years at an incredibly fast velocity at university.
I've nearly finished the basic grammar set by the University of foreign studies of tokyo (we use that book at university) and i already know 350 kanjis. This year we'll finish out 600! In 4 years we're supposed to finish the 1945 joyo kanjis... (too fasttt xd) we really have to study very hard.. but we are supposed to become translators so we need a really high level of japanese when we finish our studies.
Nice to meet youuu!!
To you, i should say... that you shouldn't write so square-shaped, that shows you probably write slow and trying to make it perfect. Make the strokes as if you were painting, rapid and precise, and if you wirte a lot wou will write them well in the end.JohtoKen wrote:
All of the 教育漢字２年生. If there is anything I should fix (I am completely aware of 工 looking like a T and a _ separately), please let me know.
AND an important thing that you've been discussing here: the stroke order is VITAL! It is incredible, but when you write in order, kanjis seem to be prettier. You should learn them that way.