Again with the brush

The usual suspects. Alphabets and really familiar texts are so much easier than other text because over time you get a kinetic sense of how the letters fit together.
The usual suspects. Alphabets and really familiar texts are so much easier than other text because over time you get a kinetic sense of how the letters fit together.

When practicing, I try to be in the moment. But afterwards, it's a good thing if the left brain kicks and tells me what's good, what's bad, what I need change next time. Otherwise, it's just repetition, repetition, repetition.