Bamboo Chinese Brush Painting (“Sumi-e” in Japanese)

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How to draw bamboo “knot by knot”(Step by Step) in the principle of “įŽ”æ–­æ„č”” (idea completes with the absence of stroke).

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25 Responses to “Bamboo Chinese Brush Painting (“Sumi-e” in Japanese)”

  1. blueheronarts says:

    @MaMofan1 Thanks …
    @MaMofan1 Thanks for pointing that out!:-) “The wonder is in between the resembling and dis-resembling.” (Master Ch’i Pai-shih)

  2. MaMofan1 says:

    Your technique is …
    Your technique is wrong, the leaves of bamboo sould be long, and sharp pointed. And the joints of bamboo fails so much..

  3. auraguardian12345 says:

    going to buy a set …
    going to buy a set of those for christmas for myself :3

  4. Filmskra says:

    Wow! I’m not …
    Wow! I’m not Chinese I’m Irish but I’m actually starting to do this type of Chinese art it’s very eliguent and I just did my first painting today!

  5. MrEarthman123 says:

    aawesome

    aawesome

  6. wotan121285 says:

    Your work is really …
    Your work is really amazing.

    I wish I can learn from you. I posted a video underneath called Asian Prints. It is not as good as your work of art but if you want to post comments and advices you are much welcomed.

  7. wotan121285 says:

    I really love your …
    I really love your style, I wish I can learn from you and get better.
    I posted a video called Asian Prints. My work is not as good as yours but if you want to post critics and advices you are much welcomed.

    Thank you.

    Thomas FISCHER from France

  8. 165limkayo says:

    very nice
    very nice

  9. 165limkayo says:

    wonderfull
    wonderfull

  10. blueheronarts says:

    @x3loveyuki Yes, …
    @x3loveyuki Yes, try this: at first you can load water->light ink and dark ink; paint until it exhausts, then just add water to paint to the brush to complete the paiting. Thanks!

  11. x3loveyuki says:

    Is there a certain …
    Is there a certain way you dip your brush to create that effect?

  12. blueheronarts says:

    @aliedesuacido …
    @aliedesuacido There is a remedy for it: try to use peach sap glue water to make it pointed and let it dry. After several days open the brush with water. This may not help if the brush is too old and lost too much bristle. Are you talking about calligraphy or painting? For Calligraphy, there is not much we can do about it. But any brush should be useful for painting, my suggestions: 1) Use it for other purpose like landscape painting. 2) Trim it to make it a smaller brush for drawing lines.

  13. aliedesuacido says:

    im sorrry i know …
    im sorrry i know this is off topic but i want to know if you know how to make a paintbrush like new at first my brush was pointed now it spread apart

  14. MsBabbi says:

    @MsBabbi AND:
    It’s …

    @MsBabbi AND:
    It’s like the one you use in the video:
    Twisting – a Trick of Chinese Brush Painting. :)
    Please help me :)

  15. MsBabbi says:

    I only have one …
    I only have one brush. It’s long, has god long hairs, and the hairs is (in my oppinion) rather soft. Should I use another brush for painting bamboo, and if so: where can I get one?

  16. blueheronarts says:

    @r0zesefid …
    @r0zesefid waterbrush pens. You can get them from our online store. BlueHeronArtscom I have updated the link in the video description.

  17. r0zesefid says:

    what’s the name of …
    what’s the name of the brush? where can I buy it?

    (: thnx for de video!!!!

  18. cometmoon says:

    @blueheronarts …
    @blueheronarts Thank you very much! :)

  19. blueheronarts says:

    @cometmoon Yes, but …
    @cometmoon Yes, but a good wolf (stiff) hair brush might help a little bit in painting bamboo.

  20. cometmoon says:

    I have brushes that …
    I have brushes that came with the Chinese Brush Animals kit. Would those be suitable for this kind of painting?

  21. red8hk says:

    Beautiful bamboo …
    Beautiful bamboo painting !

  22. jisfruit says:

    Amazing how you use …
    Amazing how you use your light brush strokes as light.
    Beautiful. I love bamboos paintings.

  23. WisdomQuoteofTheDay says:

    very nice! Thank …
    very nice! Thank you.

  24. TheBuddhaTv says:

    This is great.
    This is great.

  25. MyWojti says:

    SUPER!!! BRAVO!!!!
    SUPER!!! BRAVO!!!!

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