Tree Ripened Loquats – Chinese Watercolor Painting Demo with Henry Li

chines painting supplies Loquats are unusual among fruit trees in that the flowers appear in the early winter, and the fruits are ripe in early spring. This golden fruit is a very common subject matter in traditional Chinese painting.
Colors used: Marie’s Chinese watercolors (Gamboge Yellow, Orange Yellow and Verminion, Indigo Blue and Burnt Tea(dark brown).
Brush used: Piston-filler Waterbrush Pens
Paper: Single Layer Xuan(Shuan or Shuen) Rice Paper
All supplies can be found at http://www.BlueHeronArts.com
Thank you for viewing!

Duration : 0:9:56


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11 Responses to “Tree Ripened Loquats – Chinese Watercolor Painting Demo with Henry Li”

  1. blueheronarts says:

    @asitbon You just …
    @asitbon You just tasted fresh ones yesterday? Loquat fruits ripe in early spring but in March it is tpp early even in LA. My favorite fruit but not the canned ones. You got to try them fresh.

  2. asitbon says:

    Loquats are my new …
    Loquats are my new favorite fruit. I tasted my first one yesterday. They are a cross between a peach and a passionfruit. YUM! :)

  3. fireclan says:

    i really enjoy …
    i really enjoy watching you paint. I have tried to paint with water color like paint before, I just can’t get a hang of it, it is either too much or not enough water. You are so good at what you do,i an so envious, keep it up!!

  4. blueheronarts says:

    @lucaddragon Thank …
    @lucaddragon Thank you for your comment.

  5. blueheronarts says:

    @bbornets Thanks! …
    @bbornets Thanks! Yes, it’s very yummy. I love it.

  6. bbornets says:

    Lovely to see your …
    Lovely to see your hat, too! Does loquat taste good???

  7. lucaddragon says:

    Well done henry, …
    Well done henry, very interesting especially the second demo.

    thanks

  8. blueheronarts says:

    @Avontera I am so …
    @Avontera I am so glad that my video solved your mystery. Thank you! I got a friend visiting us last week from New York and she has not taken loquats for many years. She loves it so much that she had to take some seeds back with her in hope that she can grow them there.

  9. Avontera says:

    I just got back …
    I just got back from vacation to South Carolina, and there was a fruit tree outside my room I couldn’t identify. Searched online for awhile, gave up, decided to watch my vids on youtube instead….and here’s my mystery tree! Thanks for the wonderful video, and for solving my mystery.

  10. blueheronarts says:

    @esdenaze Thank you …
    @esdenaze Thank you! Actually, the first one was overdone after where was cut off, so I had to do the second one. Knowing when to stop is very important. Videotaping your drawing process may help you to analyze the problem.

  11. esdenaze says:

    Nice man, I always …
    Nice man, I always think in the wip this is going to look like nothing nice, but in the end it always turns out beautiful. Oh and I also got the problem of overdoing it when I draw.

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