Post # 1
Okay wierd question, but how do you make your capital T when you sign your name… I’ve seen it so many ways and I can’t decide which one I want to use for my new name… which is painfully long to sign 🙁 Below are some of the examples I’ve seen
and YES I had to look up a capital T because I always did something like this (for T and F):
Post # 4
My maiden name starts with a T and I sign it closer to this picture, but without the line going all the way to the right of the lower part which resembles a J, if that makes sense ?? And if I am lazy I just print the letter T and write ithe rest of my last name in cursive.
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I started off doing it as a nice cursive T, but over time it’s basically turned into a Z-like scrawl. I have a super messy scribbley signature though!
Post # 6
@Woodstock: Well, my maiden name is a T, so I’ve done it like this:
Post # 7
Interesting thread! My new name will have a “T” and I hadn’t really thought about it. I just signed it a few times and realized that I don’t seem to be doing it justice, lol
Post # 8
@RedAngelDreamer: hahah I most certainly don’t do it justice.
I’ve been sticking to my boring original way the past week… (The last pic with the F too!) So far it’s okay… and it’s funny since my new name has 10 letters in it, compared to my 4 letters my old last name had… and I went from signing the WHOLE new name to just a T and the next few letters with a squiggle within a day… 🙁 My old name was so pretty to sign! lol
Post # 9
I make mine sort of like a 7 when I sign my last name.
Post # 10
@Woodstock: ahhh I am going through the same thing!
My old name was MUCH prettier to sign… now I have to deal with this T connundrum and I don’t enjoy it! I kinda don’t love that the cursive “T” looks like a pretty PRINTED “J” and I’ve tried it both ways and just don’t know what to do!
It doesn’t flow well and I’m not a fan! boooooo
Post # 11
I’m going from a 6 letter last name to 5 letters. I am finding that any way I try to write it feels awkward and doesn’t look pretty. I’m going to have to really give this some thought!
I’m completely obsessed with typography. Maybe we can get some ideas from script fonts?
Post # 12
@KimmySumShuga: me too! Mine sounds good but is so awkward to sign. I pretty much just print it very quickly. Maybe eventually I’ll add some style to it.