Even more ABCs

Alphabet on that inexpensive "rice"paper you can get in packets. Drying-up Pentel color brush.
Alphabet on that inexpensive "rice"paper you can get in packets. Drying-up Pentel color brush.
Alphabet on Strathmore charcoal paper
Alphabet on Strathmore charcoal paper
Alphabet on Strathmore charcoal paper -- starting from Z and working up.
Alphabet on Strathmore charcoal paper -- starting from Z and working up.

Someone stop me. No, not really. Well, maybe.

I've now done several alphabets in Z-to-A order. The third image is one of those. It is about focus to some extent. I find it easier to be more even* when I work up, and it's interesting how the questions of space change when I'm going in the opposite direction.

*By "even", I mean that my focus and tempo and looseness tend stay more constant throughout. This third image is a poor example of that, but as a rule, this evenness is more pronounced when I start at the end.

As always, click on the images for a closer look.