||I'm just an IG buddy of hers, but she is such a sweetheart and such an inspiration!
||I really love the layout, and the modern Romans were a great touch!
Regarding smeared gouache, I'd recommend working on paper you can make corrections to, so you can scrape off the smeared paint.
||I'd suggest looking for a more faithful exemplar, either from a modern calligrapher of good repute, or taking a look through old manuscripts as linked to on the sidebar.
All the best!
||I think this looks much better already with the corrected slant, and you're doing a good job keeping it consistent.
Some CC: take care to close letters like D and A.
||:) Thank you for the lovely words!
||Try for less of a 90 degree turn, and more of a gentle curve that follows the line.
Thanks for sharing!
||Looks like you have some good answers to your questions here, so I just wanted to say kudos for getting new nibs and trying it out again!
||The script is already all majuscules, but if you felt the desire to punctuate a sentence with a larger versal, Romans or even Lombardic are better suited than the gothic style you have here.
||That's why most of my descenders are a bit on the "weak" side, to make sure they weren't going to interfere with the next line.
The title text is courtesy of an amazing suggestion by one Mr.
||I think your Y is pretty nice, but I'm really impressed by your N.
||Hey there, thanks for sharing, and a nice piece overall.