Unfortunately, these two beautiful styles are a point of confusion for some calligraphers who are at a loss to distinguish between them. Roundhand or more specifically English roundhand script Figure 1 is a form of quill pen based handwriting that flourished in England several centuries ago 1, 2.
It is my hope that after reading this article you will have an easier time distinguishing between the two styles of script.
In Figure 7, three versions of the name Zanerian are presented. Printable Practice Sheets I read through most of the theory book before I began the practice drills.
The printable has 5 different pages: one to supplement each copy book. The two additional forms mentioned above as Copperplate styles are Engrosser's and Engraver's scripts Figure 3.
According to The Zanerian Manual these terms are essentially interchangeable 4. Remember not to get distracted by the ornate swirls, curls and embellishments that frequently accompany both of these forms.