Pressure and pastosity (thickness) reveals your creative intensity and passion. Creatives who use lighter pressure may use light or pastel colors while creatives using heavier pressure may use deeper, darker colors.
Cursive writing helps you make non-linear creative leaps, while print writing can reflect a more methodical or step-by-step thinking. Printscript combines cursive and print writing and it suggests a creative who can move easily between linear and non-linear thinking.
There are 3 handwriting zones (upper, middle, lower). Emphasis in the upper zone reflects a lot of creative ideas. Middle zone-emphasis creatives may incorporate creativity into their daily life in a very practical way. Lower zone-emphasis creatives are often in the performing arts or sports, where their creativity has a physical outlet.
There are four handwriting styles or shapes: garland, arcade, thread, and angle. Garland writers are creatives with a lot of emotional depth. Arcade writers are creatives with emotional depth that is often guarded or protected, which may be a theme in their art. Thread writers prefer to go wide creatively...they may enjoy a variety of different types of creative mediums. Angle writers are investigative creatives and may enjoy critiquing society with their creativity.