Posts Tagged ‘Bamboo’

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

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

chinese painting ink Free Chinese painting pictures for download http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=Lotus+Chinese+painting&gbv=2&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

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.

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“Red” Bamboo Chinese painting #3

Friday, June 1st, 2012

chinese painting ink Start painting bamboo, pinetree, plum blossom, and other subjects easily with a brush and ink with Chinese calligraphy techniques on either single or double Xuan paper with green, red, or black ink.

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Pine tree Chinese painting 1/7 composition sketch

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

chinese painting brush Master painters established esthetics and norms to paint trees, flowers, birds, orchid, and a pinetree. Considering the characteristics of Chinese calligraphy and painting brushes, they usually paint trees from top to bottom, adding texture strokes, leaves, details, scales etc. The great Zhang Daquin even wrote in his essays that a tree should be painted from TOP to BOTTOM and it will be absurd if it is done the other way. Part 7 will contain samples of masterpieces of trees and future videos will be demonstrated by other painters.

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Chinese painting bamboo leaves and basics (demo 1/100)

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

chinese painting ink Chinese painting for bamboo series (demo video #1)
Unlike painting trees in most cases, bamboo trunks are painted from bottom to top. The techniques in painting leaves are mutually connected with Chinese calligraphy brushstroke methods. Many Chinese calligraphy practioners and masters can paint bamboo more easily than beginners without a prior experiece in Chinese caligraphy.

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Bamboo Chinese Painting on a Large Sheet of Xuan Paper with Hake Brush by Henry Li

Saturday, November 19th, 2011

chinese painting ink I did this painting on a 4′x8′ sheet of Xuan paper re request of a Youtube view.
Medium: Long bristle wolf hair brush, hake brush, Sumi Ink, Marie’s Chinese painting colors, Large Xuan Paper.

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How to Use Bamboo Roll-up Brush Holder or Brush Wrap for Calligraphy or Chinese Painting Brush

Saturday, November 19th, 2011

chinese painting brush Amy doing a demo of how to use bamboo roll-up brush holder for calligraphy or Chinese Painting Brush.
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Bamboo Chinese Brush Painting (“Sumi-e” in Japanese)

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

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How to draw bamboo “knot by knot”(Step by Step) in the principle of “笔断意联” (idea completes with the absence of stroke).

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