External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from a true Master of the hand, Charlton V. Howe. These are scans of original specimens from my collection.
External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from the person who created the instructional pages in the Zanerian Manual, EA Lupfer.
External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from EL Brown, one of the most versatile penman who ever lived. These are scans of lessons from an old American Penman magazine.
This seventh installment marks the first lesson covering the uppercase letters. Grouping of the capital letters presents a greater challenge than does the lowercase letters.
In lesson three we will begin with the Group I lower case letterforms. It was my desire to make these lessons visually oriented. I designed the exemplars with this idea in mind.
In this installment we will examine the lower case Group 2 letterforms shown in Figure 1. Let us begin with the Group 2A forms.
In this chapter we will continue our examination of the lower case letterforms, specifically the Group III forms.
In this installment we will examination the last group of lower case letterforms (Figure 1).
Lessons in Ornamental Penmanship, P.Z. Bloser (Copies by E.A. Lupfer), 1948
A lesson on the 'corner curve' to practice.
On the second line of the Madarasz Page Writing, I refer you to the word 'Destroy'.
Madarasz: 'country and'.
The overall Madarasz page.
Methods of teaching penmanship in the classroom.
A difficult 'R' in Robert until you have done it 300 times.
Lessons in Ornamental Penmanship, C.P. Zaner, 1920
In this article I will examine the fundamental strokes that make up the lower case letterforms in Engrosser's script (Figure 1).
This will be the first installment in a series of instructional articles on Engrosser's script.
Lessons in Text Lettering by S.E. Bartow
Lessons in Text Lettering by W.E. Dennis