Free Handwriting Analysis

by limebirdwriters

Does anyone fancy a free handwriting analysis by Exiled Star?

Here is mine  and LimebirdAaron’s analysis. Enjoy!

Exiled Stardust

A scrap of paper from my desk, upon which I attempted to describe the problems I have had lately with expressing ideas in painting.

Somewhere between imagination and reality, I start to lose things

I have an idea shimmering in my head, but when I try to force it out into the world, it becomes a mangled mess.  I get frustrated and look for something else to distract myself for a while.

It’s interesting to look at people’s handwriting, isn’t it?  Especially now that letter-writing is practically a lost art.

I used to do handwriting analysis.  My own writing says that I’m a quick thinker, introspective, artistic,  slightly anxious, and like research and investigation.

Want a quick handwriting analysis for free?  Take a photo of something you wrote and post a link to it below.   I like doing this kind of thing.

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7 Comments to “Free Handwriting Analysis”

  1. I was in the middle of composing a lengthy post about Clyfford Still and the Armory Show, and now I’m blushing and can’t concentrate! I’ve been reblogged! Somebody likes me!

    Seriously, I like doing this, so if anybody is up for it, just post a link to your handwriting sample (paragraph or two on unlined paper, written with fountain or gel pen) and I’ll see what I can do.

    Of course you might not want us to know all about your hidden depths… 😉

  2. Did you find they were accurate?

  3. Update:

    Finished doing analysis of Kate and Sally, they go up at 6am and 7am tomorrow morning at my blog which you can find here: http://exiledstardust.wordpress.com

    Whew!

    If anyone else wants one, do speak up. It’s no trouble at all and quite a lot of fun for me, actually.

  4. What a cool thing to do. Sounds like fun!

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