It really is a sign of the times when you take a close look at some of the atrocious renderings out there.
So, it's time to appreciate some autographs from an era gone by.
I can sort of make out a name....not HIS name, but a name.
It doesn't look like the signature is rushed. There's just too much 'pen to paper' time to justify that. In fact, his scribble looks somewhat premeditated - as if he meant to do it. Yikes!
Now this is how it is done! I really like this autograph from one of the most memorable Canucks of all-time. Legible and with authority!
The 'H' and 'S' are so unique, so fluid and dare I say graceful, it's hard to believe that this signature comes from a hard-nosed defenceman.
His autograph actually looks like it would be fun to write. C'mon, try it! Try to write that 'H'.
You know, now that I take a closer look, I do see what that 'name' is in Babych's auto. It's Snepsts! Correct me if I am wrong, but I can see Harold's name in there easier than I can Wayne's.
That's not what you want in an autograph. I suggest going back to Snepsts.