Sumi-e Lotus Chinese painting – part 1/5 + Lotus Pictures from Google

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Learn how to paint lotus and flowers with Chinese brushes in red, blue, white, and other colors.
“Renowned Chinese painters teaching Chinese brush painting series” will cover landscape, flower and bird, peony, lotus, bamboo, figures, and etc.

Duration : 0:2:53


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7 Responses to “Sumi-e Lotus Chinese painting – part 1/5 + Lotus Pictures from Google”

  1. livedreamincolor says:

    You’re right..for …
    You’re right..for a Westerner it’s tedious since we aren’t fluent, but you are so right about the same strokes. I practice and people say “why you aren’t learning Chinese” and I try to explain

  2. crystalheart9 says:

    Thanks so much for …
    Thanks so much for this and the english translation. :)

  3. sf108com says:

    Thank you for your …
    Thank you for your appreciation.

  4. bbornets says:

    Beatiful flowers.
    Beatiful flowers.

  5. sf108com says:

    The best way to …
    The best way to understand Chinese painting technques is to study Chinese calligraphy since the painting techniques are based on calligraphy strokes.

  6. MrHroark says:

    All the SF108/com …
    All the SF108/com Videos are excellent instruction. is there any way to have English translated versions or captioning?

  7. sf108com says:

    Thank you. We are …
    Thank you. We are adding English as much as we can. Some of the words the painters talk are just greetings or not important.

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