So I was reading the US Declaration of Independence and I saw something that looked pretty cool:
Take a look at "ſufferable". They wrote the ff in a different way than I learned in grade 3 cursive, it looks like they wrote an ſ then made the line that crosses the f cross over the ſ they wrote before it - which makes sense, most people would write like that in printing. It looked really cool to me and I started to mimic it in my cursive now.
I'm not sure what these would be called, ligatures? Anyone know of any other letter combinations that change the ordinary writing strokes?
EDIT: Oh, I noticed that in the Declaration there are two ways of writing r, one the normal cursive r, and one which looks more like a printing r. I'm not sure if it depends on what letters are around it though, but I'll check.