Certainly, I’ll do my best. Excuse me if you find my handwriting hard to read bleh bleh Now, I rarely do guide lines when I sketch them (I almost never do with my drawings over all) but I can give you some pointers.
What I did was to practice with screenshots before I managed to draw them on my own. uwu I saved one with Jack, it looks like this;
He’s still very tricky, but if you get his key features right, it gets easier. It’s like that with all the characters, so keep practicing!
OpenDyslexic is a free-to-use font that is designed to help those with dyslexia read better. The text is weighted, having a heavier bottom, which is thought to increase readability for dyslexic people. You can download it for free here.
I don’t have dyslexia myself, but in the event any of my followers do, I thought I’d share. Maybe it will help people.