This is what I learned tonight. It is pressure and release pencil. You can use this technique with any hand, I guess. Try it. We started out with Roman Capitals, then used other lettering styles. Instead of taking notes in a separate book, I decided this past year that I would put the notes or directions right on what I was learning. That way you don't need to go back and forth from your notes to your work. It's all in one spot! Here's how this technique works...start the stroke with hard pressure and as you go down (or around), without taking your pencil off the paper, start releasing the pressure. Then as you get to the bottom of the stroke, once again press harder. Experiment. You could do this pressure and release a lot throughout the letter or a little, depending on the look you want. If you have not yet learned a lettering style, just print! I know this is hard to see, but if you click on the example, it will get bigger. At least it did for me!