Been meaning to finish up Beatriz, but I got distracted doodling various 'n's while my sisters were watching Conan. I like how c, f, and g turned out. Also b a little. With b, f, and g, I am approaching achieving something of what I understand to be the current "hip" way of tapering off the connection between the stem and arm of the 'n' (and related characters) in a kind of sharp, crisp way. Contrast the smooth join of e (Beatriz's 'n') and do check out Freight for a far more beautiful example of this modern angularity.