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2035 No.8915  
I've been kinda wondering this for some time, but how do you draw a lower case lambda?
Mine are basically gimmel and while that's understandable, they don't look like the pretty lambdas you might see in textbooks.
I would imitate a professor's handwriting but it seems one of the qualifications to teach at my university is to have horrible handwriting.
>> No.8916  
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Well, this is the way I do it. A slight rise and down a downward stroke followed by a diagonal slash from right to left. I don't know why you care about printed fonts, A~. No one I now does this --> a. Just do upside-down y's if you have to.
>> No.8930  
Who's A~?
I just feel that if you're going to do something, you should do it right, and that extends to foreign language handwriting.
>> No.8931  
>>8930
Ah, I googled gimmel and just assumed~ I still stand by what I said though, but if you insist on doing things right, I guess there's no helping it.
>> No.8952  
>>8916
I started writing letter a that way relatively recently because I find them visually appealing. Didn't take as long to get used to them as I thought it'd take. My handwriting is terrible though, so any kind of a will look bad when I'm the one writing it.
>> No.59728  
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