Even being so minimal, there are 2 factors that I dislike about this one.
Not sure what you mean at all, actually.
The way the Q starts, is nearly-always rounded the other way, and the end-line in Quentin typically comes into the T much lower than it does in this one.
Not likely genuine, compared to a variety of 30+ authentic samples.
That's a completely false assumption. I compared every single signature questioned to our database of authentic examples, which is entirely populated carefully and tediously. I'm not keen to openly state problematic factors as it would just educate forgers to resolve the problem-factors and improve their efforts.
But if you'd like me to state the factors of any signatures I gave an opinions on today privately, feel free to contact me on Facebook Messenger. I remember each of them.
Debbie downer. I just stated the two problematic factors with this and the other thread you are complaining on.
I stated whether they appeared good or bad based on a careful comparison of each signature in question to an authentic sample pool for each celebrity.
I disliked the bad items, and liked the good ones, based on each study.
There is no benefit of having a bias of good or bad when authenticating here, as the results are equally helpful to those asking.
Do you reply to every email with a footer link and yell at the person for providing a link relevant to the conversation?
What makes you so against people being paid for their work exactly? I'm proud to share my link as a footer because I am proud of and confident in the work we are doing.
You may want to take your own advice and try to relax a little.