Direction of slant is not correlated with intro/extroversion. Neither in practice nor in theory ( according to the literature I've read, at any rate).
yeah...i'm going to have to agree and i don't even think it has to do with friendliness because i'm really friendly and some of my family and friends slant right quite a lot and are introverted and not especially friendly either.
i think it has more to do with my trying to make it straight...overcompensating maybe??
i think it's all pretty interesting though...does anyone know of a good site to look at that would go into the analysis a bit more? just curious...
There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
Neat printing. You care about making a good (socially correct?) impression, but you're not nit picky about the details. You have a good idea about what you want.
5 degree right slant with medium sized characters.
Character width is average, balanced upper/middle/lower zones
Relatively rounded lettering (e,o,d,g etc).
Fair pressure but not rigid letterform
However words are spaced fairly close to each other. Sometimes there's no break between two words. Is the story written mostly for yourself? It's as if there are some things that you don't want to share with others. This is counterbalanced by the letter spacing between characters. You're fairly open to ideas.
Consistent connecting strokes in "th" and "fa" etc despite well formed loops. You take time to do things right but is not one to waste time.
Capital As and Ws suggest artistical inclination. I could have cheated because I saw your drawings though.
Notes from Legal Environment of Business. Sorry quality is so bad Damn cell phones.
This is a bit too blurry to work with... but judging from the way your writing changes between the two (plus the other sample you've posted earlier) I'd say you're good at focusing on the task at hand when you need to get some serious work done.