The Concept of Dragon Vein in Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting(2/2)

chines painting supplies This video explain the “Dragon Vein,” a foundamental concept in Chinese landscape painting. For supplies please visit: http://www.BlueHeronArts.com
Materials used:
Rooster Feather Brush; grinned Tung Oil Ink and Semi-sized Xuan Rice Paper.

Duration : 0:5:19


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7 Responses to “The Concept of Dragon Vein in Traditional Chinese Landscape Painting(2/2)”

  1. JasminRose68 says:

    Beautfiful and …
    Beautfiful and helpful!!

  2. iloveunclet1 says:

    :) very lovely. a …
    :) very lovely. a joy to watch you create.

  3. 2s2s2ss says:

    this is great…so …
    this is great…so great to get these insights into this way of working!!

  4. mrcmxoner says:

    this was very …
    this was very helpful to me! Thank you!! five stars

  5. MrHroark says:

    Great instruction …
    Great instruction Mr. Li, from a great artist and teacher.

    I hope you will consider continuing this type of sound, in depth teaching on both the traditional and sumi-e styles.

    This is wonderful for us who truly want to learn this art.

    5 Starts indeed.

    Thanks again.

  6. earth2k8 says:

    Thanks! This was …
    Thanks! This was very illuminating.

  7. ilducedevenezia says:

    Another wonderful …
    Another wonderful painting, Mr. Li! Thank you!

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