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…or any draftsman, for that matter.

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I’ve been told, “I can’t believe your handwriting was ever so neat.” OK, so this is what using CAD for too long has wrought. But alas, there is hope. It just takes practice.

Or as they proclaim over at OpenCulture.com:

All it takes is determination, time, and—as taught by Doug Patt in his How to Architect series, above—more tools than can be simultaneously operated with two hands:

an Ames lettering guide

a parallel rule or t-square

a small plastic triangle customized with bits of tape

a .5mm Pentel drafting pencil

If this sounds needlessly laborious, keep in mind that such specialty equipment may appeal to reluctant hand writers with an interest in engineering, robotics, or scientific experimentation.

Read the full article – with videos! – here.

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