Mine is 電
Something about writing the rain kanji then the little tail is so satisfying to write.
Mine is 電
口 Very easy to write. Also easier than 人 because I have a bit of a hard time drawing curved strokes at the correct angles.
I’m a big fan of writing certain radicals like 夂, 勿, ⻌, 心, and 糸, so anything that uses those is always satisfying to write. It’s super hard to pick a favorite though, but maybe 茶, because it’s just so pretty, and I love being able to flick the strokes on the 人.
out of the approximately 5-10 Kanji that i can actually write, i think i like 何 best.
鬱。Such a simple Kanji that totally doesn’t require me to look up the stroke order for each of the 15 times that I’ve had to write it.
My strokes for ニ are never and by never I mean never symmetrical.
I also love 糸 and any kanji that incorporates it. There’s also something very satisfying in writing the swoops.
Unrelated note, I happened to notice the Tumblr blog link in your profile, but I just get a “log in to Tumblr” screen when I click on it. Is it private, or is that just how Tumblr blogs are?
No, I’m a doofus and mistyped the link. It should work now haha
That’s essentially me trying to write 来. I do a different stroke order every single time .
Favorite would probably be 神, but most satisfying to write 物 or 家. I’m happy like a 子犬 every time I fit those curved lines into a single grid of a grid paper .
必. It’s fun
語 is one I always liked writing because it seems kind of “complicated” and you can brag with it.
It’s of course very easy, if you know the components. I should really test which Kanji I can write from memory… Very few, I guess
I’ll stick with a simple 大.
My model for this character is the one etched into the side of the mountain above 京都.
One of my favorite kanji to write: 暇
So many straight lines and then there’s the swish nyoom at the end.
It’s the first Kanji we all knew, without realizing it:
Is that literally what goes through your head?
Yes Mundane activities in my everyday life have gained the ability of having sound effects. Yesterday, I was wondering what the sound effect for cutting veggies is and I have yet to find an answer. In English it is chop-chop. But the important question is what is that in Japanese
I learned to write this from a youtube video:
Just the 缶 in the middle I can’t necessarily write without thinking really hard.
There is probably a name for this.