Category Archives: Chinese Calligraphy

Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : Comparing Printed Fonts & Chinese Calligraphy

Learn how to write Chinese characters in proper calligraphy style! This free video shows you how printed fonts compare to handwritten scripts. Expert: Bo Feng Bio: Bo Feng is an experienced Chinese/English translator and interpreter. He has worked for Chinese … Continue reading

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Lishu Chinese Calligraphy Exercise 隸書書法練習 書聖相

Free download Chinese calligraphy models http://www.9610.com/Index1.htm Please go to 秦汉 where the Clerical Styles were most popular in the Han Dynasty Basics of Clerical Styles explained in Playlist http://www.youtube.com/artvirtue#g/c/BF3A012C7B12B59D Unrelated sample characters in this video: 書 book; write 聖 sage; … Continue reading

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Improvization & Critique on Chinese Calligraphy After Concert & Water Writing

After writing for already two hours during the music concert on August 1, 2009, Lily came and asked for a piece of Chinese calligraphy in semi-cursive or cursive style. Then she gave a critique on the improvized calligraphy 高山流水 (High … Continue reading

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OAS Chinese Calligraphy Lesson 3

OASarthttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/OASartEducationoas, lessonOAS Chinese Calligraphy Lesson 3 Duration : 0:3:20 Technorati Tags: lesson, OAS

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When practicing Chinese calligraphy, what is the name of the stone or paper where water is used like ink?

And when the water dries no marks are left? There is a common commercial paper called Buddha Board that is water activated and works quite well, they are also known as Zen Boards. The paper used can be bought for … Continue reading

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About how long does it take to master Chinese calligraphy?

I need to know for a school project. Depending on the person and what their language background is, it could take a few days, to many years. Their whole life time even. The style is somewhat like art to most … Continue reading

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OAS Chinese Calligraphy Lesson 2

on this lesson we introduce a vertical bone stroke as we work on the number 10 , 20 , & 30. we also work on running style with the word fortune in honor of chinese new year. Duration : 0:5:8 … Continue reading

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Is there I way I can learn Chinese calligraphy?

I am very interested in learning Chinese symbols and I wanted to know if there is like a translator or a generator that interprets words or phrases into Chinese calligraphy Hi Marcel, I don’t quite get you. Do you want … Continue reading

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Li Shu 隸書 Chinese calligraphy sample lesson #2 (why prefer older rubbings?)

Original rubbings ( 原拓 ) from steles of Chinese Calligraphy models are always preferred by well-trained Chinese calligraphers and teachers. The shape, structure, spirits of each characters as well as nuances are well kept; however, due to aging and Acts … Continue reading

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Chinese calligraphy(Taiwan, OCAC, macroview)

影片名稱:「Chinese calligraphy master: Chang Bing Huang」 http://www.mactv.com.tw/mactv_en/vod_f.htm?pid=5&classid=5 Calligraphy started with Chinese pictography. It was not until Han dynasty that professional calligraphers appeared. The King of books Wang Hsi Zhis Langtin Hsu showed off exaggerated calligraphy style while the Huei Su … Continue reading

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