Chinese Brush Painting Basic Lesson 1:1

chinese painting brush for more info.

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17 Responses to “Chinese Brush Painting Basic Lesson 1:1”

  1. theferalpariah says:

    @madamchryzl01 His …
    @madamchryzl01 His audio is almost completely panned to the left, check your settings. Hope you get it working.

  2. madamchryzl01 says:


  3. audiodead says:

    Stop talking.  …
    Stop talking.  Paint picture.

  4. 2Touchstone says:

    Thank you for this.
    Thank you for this.

  5. metalmantz says:

    FYI I got a Chinese …
    FYI I got a Chinese brush painting set at joanns and it comes with 3 brushes and 6 tubes Chinese watercolor and an instruction book. Thought I would let you know

  6. bljah says:

    could you be any …
    could you be any slower? My God! I fell asleep watching . I can do 5 pictures with background and everything like that in first third of the video .

  7. Gizzygirl234 says:



    Look around/call art stores- I found mine at a local art store and most art stores carry it (Not sure if there’s a Dick Blicks or a Utrecht in you’re area, but they both carry the materials needed :] )

  8. bubbleclo says:

    I tried that before …
    I tried that before, western watercolors is lacking of transparency on the rice paper comparing to the Chinese watercolors, it wouldn’t look as good if you use western watercolors on Chinese style paintings~

  9. Malendricus30 says:

    pretty …

    pretty awesome!!
    Where do you buy these brushes?

  10. queenoftrouble111 says:

    Wow! Great tutorial …
    Wow! Great tutorial! 5 stars. One question : can you use Western watercolors for coloring chinese brush paintings? Or colored ink?

  11. Purpura2007 says:

    Gracias, muy buen …
    Gracias, muy buen video, me ayudo mucho.

  12. shuya13 says:

    another excellent …
    another excellent series of videos, very informative, it has helped me improve my technique, thank you

  13. blueheronarts says:

    Yes, go to webshot …
    Yes, go to webshot and search under blueheronarts. Hope you will find it.

  14. blueheronarts says:

    Yes, I will fix it …
    Yes, I will fix it with mounting. BTW, dry mounting make it very easy.

  15. OckGal says:

    Do you ever …
    Do you ever actually go through the paper? That would be frustrating to be almost finished the painting and get a tear in the paper.

  16. OckGal says:

    Do you ever use …
    Do you ever use both brushes at the same time? Like stick the harder one within the softer one? I wonder how that would look.

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