As for something else, how is your handwriting? With handwriting, I mean the kind of handwriting you use to quickly note stuff down, in school for example (because it always looks neater when you have all time to write nicely)
73 deviants said
It's terrible, but I manage to read it. Other people have more problems with that.
45 deviants said
I like my handwriting, and so do other people!
44 deviants said
I don't like my own handwriting, but others say they do.
33 deviants said
I like my own handwriting, but others generally don't.
18 deviants said
I can barely read my own handwriting. Other people can't, either.
Jade-HawkfrostFeatured By OwnerMar 28, 2015Hobbyist General Artist
I can write well. Amazingly when compared to half of the people in my class.(yes there are 6-8th graders who write g's on the top line instead of the baseline -_-) My grandpa doesn't like my writing because 'my R's look like v's and my a's look like u's' but he is a big critic.
My hand writing is absolutely terrible, most of the time it's just straight out unreadable and it doesn't help that my hand apparently can't keep up with the speed my thoughts are going with, which mostly ends up in there being a lot of letters missing, swapped out or mashed together. This is basically how I write things when I just write
I also have the tendency to write extremely tiny at times which also just adds to it being mostly unreadable
The part you couldn't read was supposed to say "it can be quite" and well you're one of the first to actually state they like my writing in some aspect, most only complain about being unable to read it or asks me what it's supposed to say x3
Oooh that makes sense xD Yeah I always have to read to the teacher my words, it's so embarrassing!! xd I've seen writing much much worse than yours, I saw one once that was so loopy it looked like a bunch of ovals! :U My letters are connected together like cursive, though it is not cursive. Even though my writing is pretty sloppy and I'm pretty much the only one who can read it, I can write faster then most of my classmates, which comes in handy when scribbling notes. Plus no one can copy my notes because no one can read it! x) Your writing is pretty similar to mine, do you write faster too?
Yeah it quite is. The most annoying part is that still can't seem to get into my head that that's a thing, so I just keep on writing at whatever speed my mind is going at and then end up struggling to even comprehend what I've written pretty much every time write a note of something.
Albino: Alex likes his handwriting, but doesn't know what others think other than it's readable. His mom doesn't like how he dots his I's though & once said she hated the way he writes... Alex doesn't normally write anymore unless it's his signature & likes it that way cuz he always hated how he'd easily get writing cramps when doing essays...
When I write slowly it looks pretty and professional (its not in cursive though), but when i write fast my big sloppy letters go flying of the page. I really like my handwriting but no one but me can read it! xD
Yes I remember back in second grade they were like 'LEARN HOW TO CURSIVE CUZ YOU WILL USE IT ALOT IN THIRD GRADE AND ON!!!!" But we didn't even mention cursive in third grade, on any grade from then on. xD I feel like cursive is dying... is that just me?
Horrible chicken scratch, basically. It's legible for the most part, just ugly looking. Even my friends think so XD Plus, it doesn't help that I write backwards (starting from the bottom and ending at the top of letters and numbers). I can write nicely if I have the time though X3
My handwriting is the same as it was in 3rd grade, 'cept smaller. I don't like it, and others don't either. , I can usually read it but sometimes (especially when I'm not focused) I can't at all. But I do have a written language of my own that I consider good handwriting, since I'm the only person that writes in it! XD
I'm indifferent about it tbh. I can read it and most other people can read it, but it's not particularly special to me. My handwriting ranges from almost illegible scribbles to cutesy round lettering (only when i'm REALLY patient), but for what you're talking about, it's fairly "eh".