clawgrip wrote:If I can give you one more piece of advice, it's stroke order. Look at real hiragana, or the stuff I made here. You will notice that most of the time the end of a stroke anticipates the beginning of the next one either by aiming for it or actually connecting to it, partially or fully. Also, a series of small strokes are likely to get merged into one curved, straight, or zigzagging one (this is why I simplified your "mu" character so much). These ideas are important for capturing the aesthetic.
Does stroke order apply to other language scripts?