You would like to get 110 characters put into old English calligraphy for free today?
Could I have 80 of the letter T and 30 of the letter Q. Thanks
Calligraphy is very pretty. Don't you think? In the Bible it says, "Let all things be done decently and in order." The word Christian means Christ-Like. Christ would have his hand-writing to be very nice and readable. So, as Christians we should have our hand-writing be nice and neat. Calligraphy is a good class to take. It would improve your hand-writing. PS. "Let all things be done decently and in order."
Typography is the study of type. Currently it is computer-based, and deals with type from a publishing/art standpoint. For a given project, for example, this would include selecting the font, the spacing of the lines, and general layout of the writing. It may be helpful to distinguish this from calligraphy by remembering that typesetting used to be done by craftsmen using letters on metal pieces stamped by a machineand arranging them to be printed on…
Simple. You simply use Roman characters (English letters). Japanese is a very simple language to write out, it is completely phonetic. That is to say, that it is written exactly how it sounds. If you wanted to write the Japanese phrase for "Congratulations" in Roman characters, it would look like this... "Omedetou Gozaimasu". Very simple.
What did it say not the English but the oriental characters on Elvis presleys red and black karate belt from the mid 70's?
A large unabridged dictionary, like the Kangxi Dictionary, contains over 40,000 characters, including obscure, variant, rare, and archaic characters; less than a quarter of these characters are now commonly used. A well-educated Chinese today recognises approximately 6,000-7,000 characters; some 3,000 characters are required to read a Mainland newspaper. The PRC government defines literacy amongst workers as a knowledge of 2,000 characters, though this would be only functional literacy.