Size of the handwriting shows writer’s own personality and the writer’s attitude towards his environment and people. It shows how much significance he associates with himself and his environment. It gives clues about his confidence and faith, whether he is introvert or extrovert, whether he wants ‘focus’ or likes to be in the ‘background’. The size of the letter shows the writer’s feelings about relating to others. The size of the writing also indicates the writer’s desire to be noticed and his Ego sometimes.
Large writing indicates a person who will need plenty of space in which to operate. Don’t try to put him behind a desk or in any small confining area. Someone with a large handwriting tends to approach life with an extrovert, exuberant and extravagant person.
Someone with a small handwriting approaches life as a modest, humble and recluse person. His ability to concentrate and to go deeper into any subject is amazing.
A large script can be interpreted positively as superiority, seriousness, pride, generosity. Negatively it can be interpreted as arrogance, conceit, pomp, and boastfulness.
A small script can be interpreted positively as devotion, respectfulness, humility, tolerance. Negatively it could mean feelings of inferiority, faint-heartedness, lack of confidence, fear, etc.