A part of a lower case letter that rises above the midline.
A horizontal line that marks the height of ascenders.
A horizontal line, as in the letters f and t.
A horizontal line the most letters rest on.
The parts of a letter between the baseline and midline.
A curved shape that encloses a space in a character.
A horizontal line that marks the height of capitals.
A style of writing used for documents in the fifteenth and
sixteenth centuries. This sample is from Arrighis
White space inside a letter.
Any joined writing. Sometimes also unjoined letters that
The part of letters that go below the baseline.
A horizontal line that marks the depth of descenders.
A part of a letter that starts a join to the following
A line that connects two letters.
Various handwriting models, losely based on copperplate
A horizontal line that marks the top of lower case letters
Unjoined writing, based on ellipses and straight lines,
An upright line in a letter.
A single mark made with a pen.