Creating signatures is hard work. But the training to create stability for the signature is more difficult. You need to have regular and continuous practice, if you don’t want the signature to be different every time. You need to practice both pen pressure, short length, distance, direction … to the correct level. Sometimes signing is like a natural conditioned reflex. Putting a pen is signing, simple but needs a lot of practice.|The signatures of US presidents are often very long and clear|Practice over and over until you find a way to sign. Relax and try lots of twists and turns. Choose how to sign, you feel comfortable, the signature looks more beautiful and it is not too difficult to sign many times. Use any tool to write, as long as it is convenient for you. Consider using a pencil as you can erase and re-sign. Emphasize some words.|Write so that one letter is larger than the rest to make it stand out, or make the letter smaller for harmony. This can help make the signature eye-catching without slowing down the speed of operation. Try exaggerating the first letter of your first name or both your first and last name a bit.|If your signature is curvy and messy, emphasize a letter by making it sharp. Similarly, with a simple and clear signature, you should create a different, more flying and subtle letter.|Underline your signature for emphasis.