Posted by: ugleepen | December 13, 2012

Sparkling Handwriting Examples

handwriting 4If you’re interested in pens, then you’re interested in handwriting.

Have you ever wondered how there can be so many different handwriting techniques? Literally as many as there are people.

Handwriting has been studied for years. In fact, Graphology is the analysis of handwriting, especially in relation to human psychology, and it attempts to get to the nitty-gritty of personality through a serious study of handwriting.

But, it doesn’t take anything all that serious to recognize that each example of handwriting at least hints at the personality of the writer.

A web site called SparkNotes recently asked their readers to submit a sample of their personal handwriting, and it posted almost 100 of them in a slide show.

Including the above, here are samples from the slide show:


handwriting 1

handwriting 2

handwriting 3

You might agree that what the person wrote is just as revealing as the handwriting itself!

Anyone who enjoys writing, and is proud, one way or another, of their handwriting, could use a good ergonomic pen. If you’re going to have fun with handwriting – why not be comfortable at the same time?

The UGLee Pen is the best pen available – it grips you, instead of you having to hold tight to it. Your hand is relaxed which frees you up to be as creative with your handwriting as you want to be!

The Super-Spectacular Sparkler Handwriting Slideshow



  1. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I absolutely loved every bit of it.
    I’ve got you bookmarked to look at new stuff you post…

    • Thanks, Bebe. I find handwriting absolutely fascinating.

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