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How do you draw an X?

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On ‎1‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 10:19 AM, Ternaugh said:

Method 8, which is easier for me to make a controlled mark left-handed.

 

Interesting, I am a lefty, but I found 7 easier

 

Note: come to think of it (to make me more weird than anyone else, as per usual).  Doing it with my hands (as if writing in the dirt I do do it as 8, but with a pen on paper #7) not sure why I do it that way. 

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6 hours ago, BoloOfEarth said:

How to draw an X?  Well first off, I don't have very good drawing abilities, especially portraiture. The best I can do is stick figures and smiley faces. And secondly, I'm afraid if I drew an X, she might show up.  There's a reason she's an X, you know.

 

Well, if it comes to drawing, I am screwed, I cant draw completely straight lines (nor cut paper in 100% straight line)

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During initial testing, I used methods 7 and 8.  However, final phase testing utilized drawing of said subject whilst in concert with certain words such as 'tax' and 'saxophone'.  Final phase resulted in all 7s.

 

Please.  Be precise people.

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Maybe, I guess.  I never liked doing it as a kid, as I was way neater with print, so after high school, I largely began to use it less and less.  And since college I only use it for signature reasons.

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21 hours ago, Badger said:

 

ok, now I am not the only freak who does it 2 different ways

 

19 hours ago, Pattern Ghost said:

 

Makes three of us. I noticed, after reading this thread, that I sometimes also do 8.

I already said I do it several ways back on page 1 :)

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   I do a 7, but I have a question I don’t think anybody asked.    Why do you ask?  

   Is there supposed to be some significance to a persons answer or is this a “button then zip or zip then button” kind of thing.

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In all seriousness, cursive writing was flat out not taught to my kids in elementary school.  It's no longer part of the curriculum.  One teacher offered some minimal instruction in it as an afterthought  after-school workshop for a few weeks.

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11 hours ago, Starlord said:

During initial testing, I used methods 7 and 8.  However, final phase testing utilized drawing of said subject whilst in concert with certain words such as 'tax' and 'saxophone'.  Final phase resulted in all 7s.

 

Please.  Be precise people.

 

I seem to write more x's when I'm at a blackboard than other times, so I'll try that situation out as well.

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