Here are a couple images from today's practice:
The Z is the problem letter here, I think.
Our last exchange resulted in v's and w's and y's gaining better balance.
The slopes of the vertical strokes in n and r have required a lot of work. Believe me, they are improved. The second vertical stroke in n kept wanting to lean to the left and be too curvy until I mentally isolated it and understood its shape. It's an i.
Looking at Geoff's exemplar, I thought the letters were heavier than mine, so I wrote this phrase again with a slightly wider nib and the same x-height.
Again, the z is the biggest problem. It's too wide. And the a's are bottom-heavy. They need to suck in their gut! I think this is a nib angle issue again.
Any other observations or suggestions will be appreciated.