Here's a wedding monogram I did with the initials of the bride & groom. The original was quite large, lettered in black ink on Pentalic Paper For Pens, an extremely smooth bright white paper ideal for reproduction; the initials lettered with a large brass tool; 1/4" Techniquill. After playing with flourishes using a pencil and layers of tracing paper over the monogram until finding something that worked, I inked the flourishes onto the
original using a Pointed Pen Nib. I found by turning the paper I was able to create the thicker swells in a greater variety of places.
Having taken Thomas Hoyer's class on flourishing since then, I can now see 3 areas that could be improved. Can you find them?