Hello everyone, we moved to a different section. We are making an introduction to ‘composition’. Let’s start with “home sweet home” First, determine: “How many words do I have to write?” Write your words on any paper. Then: how do I write these words? Write down? Write side by side? Then: how much space will there be between these words? will I write these words next to the paper? right of paper? left of paper? Bottom of paper or top of paper? Or will I center? Then I decide that. now Here, I want to show you the portion of letter in “Home Sweet Home” Letters are consist of head(cap-height/ascender), body(x-height) and tail(descender) Start to write. I came to e. I finished. I continue. I came to w. I finished it in the middle. ‘e’ started. I did an ‘e’ again. My letter body sizes are always the same. You should not change letter body size in composition So how did I determine my letter body size? Anybody remember? Of course. What am I doing? I write such horizontal scratches with my pen. 4 nib sizes one under the other at the bottom gives me the body size of my letter. Three nib sizes, giving me the head of my letter. These are ideal letter sizes. You can change it. And 3 nib sizes are giving my tail of letter. You can do 2/5/2. You can do 2/5/3. It’s up to you again, but determine it before you create your composition, before you start to write. This size will change according to the pen you are working on. I mean, I’m building the letter body here I am for 3 lines. When I’m working with another pen, for example, if it’s a very thin pen, I’ll make the letter body in two lines. That’s my ideal letter body size. But you can work bigger. it’s up to you. You can make it bigger. You can make it smaller and in this way you actually create different fonts. e.g You can work like this. A font with tiny, cramped letters, a small letter body size. What you want to work, how you want to work. You can work like this, you can work with a larger body. Now let’s move on to the next lesson.