Cursive from Latin curro, currere, cucurri, cursum, to run, hasten is any style of handwriting that is designed for writing notes and letters quickly by hand. It is much easier to write in cursive versus traditional writing styles. That is because cursive writing is much more fluid, allowing you to breeze through the whole hand-writing process. All of the lines just simply flow together, so you rarely have to bring the pen up from paper. Also, cursive font looks much more elegant and stylish than regular font.
In the Arabic, Latin, and Cyrillic writing systems, the letters in a word are connected, making a word one single complex stroke.The origin of the cursive style is associated with practical advantages (writing speed, sparse pen lifting avoids ink smudges with the quill) and the individuality of the provenance of a document, as opposed to machine font.(Source Wikipedia)
Today we are showcasing handpicked elegant cursive fonts that you can use to give a more personalized approach to any tattoo project that you my have. So start learning the strokes, as they say, with these cursive fonts. If you find a style that you really like, you can take it to your tattoo artist and show him the style you want.
Above you will find a ton of different cursive fonts that you can take to your local tattoo parlor with you when you decide you want to get a tattoo with some wording associated with it. Print out a sample and take that to your tattoo artist, so they know exactly what you’re looking for. Alternatively, you could write down the font name and they will likely be able to locate the style for you. That way, you will get the exact font you’re looking for.
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