This is how to write in 3-D. It takes a lot longer to write than regular handwriting, but it is good for greeting cards and other stuff.
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Step 1: The Basics of 3-D Lettering
To write 3-D, it's pretty easy. You mostly have to think about the perspective and where you are looking at the letters from.
Step 2: Forming the Letters
To form the letters, first you have to draw the basic form of the letter(second picture). Then, you have to draw the sides.
Step 3: Paradigm Shift! a New Perspective
To do a different perspective, just do it as if you are looking at it from a different side.
Step 4: Enjoy!
Enjoy your new font! If you write a greeting card, this is a good font to write in. Have fun, write some cards, and have a great day. I've written some of the alphabet below, I haven't written it all just letters B through O. Pleas vote for me in the Papercraft contest, and have fun!