Practising Russian Cursive Writing


When I was studying Arabic, I had the idea of someday painting Arabic calligraphy on my wall. Well, I haven't gotten there yet but I thought a postcard-sized calligraphy of a Russian proverb would be a start. So I wrote this in Russian cursive writing. A bit practice on joining Cyrillic cursive letters together (I don't know if I've done it well or not). I got the proverb from here. Loose translation: "You have to learn to walk before you can run." Literal translation: "Alphabet is the step to wisdom." And the reason for the extra piece of paper for the last word is that I first wrote студенька instead of ступенька.

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