My handwriting can change a lot. I used to have really messy handwriting in elementary school and i forced myself to learn to write neatly. I used to do handwriting books a lot. In college my handwriting was nice, engineering helps keep it that way. Now it's getting messy again. Waaa. I have to think to keep it neat. Although I think people still say it's nice handwriting.
Well the slant isn't just introversion/extroversion... it also has something to do with personability which is related to F. Letting size is probably a more pure indicator for I/E.
Originally Posted by LucrativeSid
Close to zero margin on left, comparatively wide margin on right. No margin at bottom of the page. Thoughts move fast. A tendency to want to jolt everything down before it goes away. Hesitancy, uncertainty about your future.
Letter size average, upper-zone, middle-zone balanced, lower-zone slightly reduced. Overtly neither extremely introverted or extroverted.
Slant - upright to 5 degree slant.
Lines are "bouncy" Pen pressure variable.
Good spacing between words Excitable, although not overly emotional (as in not touchy feely). Independent
Connecting lines/air strokes Relatively fast line of thought
Originally Posted by shortnsweet
Very classical ESFP style
Writing size- large, rounded loops, little spacing between words, conflict between upper and lower zones between lines. large writing with loops indicates a bubbly gregarious personality. Very people loving... Even though there wasn't a rightward slant, all the letters and words are touching. Meaning you gomp people... Sometimes you do it even when they don't want you to.
Large middle zone compared to upper and lower zones. Down to earth person, very much SP
Relatively fast line of writing despite the full loops. You're a smart cookie aren't you?
Little Linguist is a neat freak
Rounded upright writing, fairly large although not as large as Shortnsweet's.
Word spacing is precise. Everything is pin neat. Careful and deliberate writing style. Are you sure you're not a J? The superwide left margin is puzzling... I'm not sure if it's due to the way the pages are bound together or what not. So I'll reserve comments.