"Light" -  Original Chinese Calligraphy

Light - Original Chinese Calligraphy - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Zen Art

Chinese painting

Since I speak Japanese, Vietnamese and Chinese, I help out with local temples a lot with calligraphy work.

Chinese New Year Calligraphy For The Year Of Dragon Prints by yienkeat at AllPosters.com

Chinese New Year Calligraphy For The Year Of Dragon

Chinese New Year Calligraphy for the Year of Dragon Translation: Dragon by yienkeat, via Shutterstock

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.

writing chinese calligraphy - brush holding is very important as is with the art of acupuncture

Serenity - Original Chinese Calligraphy, by AuspiciousInk.com

Serenity - Original Chinese Calligraphy - For the Goodness of the World - Wall Art - Peaceful Art - Zen Art

Artist Uses Calligraphy Brushes to Create Breathtaking Watercolor Paintings of Birds - My Modern Met

Artist Uses Calligraphy Brushes to Create Breathtaking Watercolor Paintings of Birds

Fifty shades of Gris / Gray Heron - we pass one of these on our way to work most mornings. My honey honey always stops because he knows how much I love to watch the heron.

Let's begin by learning some basic strokes. We've chosen Kai Shu (Print Style) because along with Xing Shu (Running Style ) it is the most often used and in ...

Let& begin by learning some basic strokes. We& chosen Kai Shu (Print Style) because along with Xing Shu (Running Style ) it is the most often used and in .

irish love symbols and meanings | Here are a few popular Chinese icons as well as their meanings:

a few Chinese symbols with a rough translation into English (Eng-Win). Although I do like this - do you think that the Chinese use our words for wisdom, love, peace as a tattoo?

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