Cursive letters

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The cursive v has a trail coming off the top right part of it.
 
  • #27
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So does the block v. Is there any other difference?
 
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This is a mess.
 
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jimmysnyder said:
So does the block v. Is there any other difference?
No, it doesn't. The printed v is two straight lines, there is no tail coming off the top right. Yes, that's the only difference.
 
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We can bat this around forever. I can see a little hook in the top right hand corner of your block v even if you can't. How about the a? The block a has two loops in it, but the cursive only has one.
 
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Sometimes you write the a with 2 loops and sometimes you write it with 1 in both cursive and non-cursive depending on how neatly you're writing. In this case I was writing it with the mouse in Paint, so I didn't have the absolute greatest amount of coordination. The a with a visible second loop and the a with a clean trace-back are both common practice in both cursive and print. There is clearly no hook in that v. The most you could say is that the right edge of the v has a very slight bend to it. A hook would require a sharp corner followed by a dip to the right.
 

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