How to Paint Magnolia in Sumi Ink and Water Chinese Brush Painting

chinese painting ink This video shows you how to load the brush to get gradation from light to dark, instead of from dark to light.
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13 Responses to “How to Paint Magnolia in Sumi Ink and Water Chinese Brush Painting”

  1. Pawnbroker00 says:

    @WheresCunti lol, …
    @WheresCunti lol, you cant make a career out of it or any other type of art simple as that

  2. WheresCunti says:

    That’s really good …
    That’s really good I wish I watched it from the beginning, your a good teacher. I was wondering and I ask this to all who read it, if this style is popular enough in the art industry to make a career from it in the UK. I have tried many art forms but this one really appeals to me. Thanks.

  3. syther1129 says:

    in the beginning …
    in the beginning it kinda looks like hes reading something

  4. NYCTherapist25 says:

    Thank You for …
    Thank You for these great videos :)

  5. Doderhultarn89 says:


  6. amysansvideos says:

    EVERY WEEK?! …
    EVERY WEEK?! Awesome.

  7. 74dorado says:

    Thank you :) Happy …
    Thank you :) Happy New Year to you and your family!

  8. MrHroark says:

    Hi Henry
    Thank you …

    Hi Henry
    Thank you for your efforts.
    Since you are doing lessons, how about some on things like composition, styles, finding the “spirit” of a subject, proper brush selection, and things like that as well as demonstrations of painting various subjects ? 

    The Dragon Vein in landscapes would be a great place to start.

    That would be fantastic from a teacher such as yourself..

  9. blueheronarts says:

    @bbornets Hi, …
    @bbornets Hi, Barbara, the “tape” is “Book Cloth” you can find it in some art stores, paper specialty stores and buy them online (search for key word “paper cloth”). Yes they are permanent. Thanks!

  10. bbornets says:

    Hi Henry, I am …
    Hi Henry, I am still remembering the shikishi board book you made: what kind of tape did you use the put the boards together? Is that tape permanent?
    Thanks. Barbara

  11. Wylz says:

    I really enjoy …
    I really enjoy your channel!

  12. demonokron says:

    fantastic art im …
    fantastic art im looking forward to the videos 5/5

  13. OckGal says:

    Happy New Year!
    Happy New Year!

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