Posts Tagged ‘Watercolor Painting’

Chinese Brush Painting with Kwan Jung

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

chinese painting brush Learn More: Capture the essence of complex subjects in just a few strokes with Chinese brush painting. This traditional method requires patience and practice, but you’ll get a huge head start in master painter Kwan Jung’s DVD workshop. You’ll build discipline and design skills as you render six classic subjects in ink and paint.

Kwan Jung covers the essential skills, from grinding ink to gripping the brush. First you’ll learn the 10 basic strokes as you paint a prawn. Then you’ll add movement and gesture to your repertoire as Jung demonstrates bamboo and bird forms. He varies brush width within each stroke, allowing him to paint quickly and judiciously.

Jung adds colorful accents with acrylics and watercolors. You’ll mix these media with ink to subtly shift hues as you paint hibiscus, horses, and a cowboy. The video repeats critical strokes so you can watch Jung’s brushwork from multiple angles.

Learn classical techniques to enhance your current art in Chinese Brush Painting with Kwan Jung.

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Painting Blue Butterfly Iris with Hake and Trimmed Brushes Watercolor Painting Demo

Sunday, June 17th, 2012

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