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Small & Extra Fine Chinese Painting & Calligraphy Brushes (Part 2)

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fSTRZM0xEU To obtain extra fine and small Chinese painting and calligraphy brushes http://www.manluenchoon.com/sitemap_e.html (An internationally renowned brushstore in Hong Kong, ships worldwide, a preferred store by many of my calligraphy and painting friends in Dallas.) http://stores.ebay.com/Big-Teapot-Brush-Jade-Dress-eStore__W0QQ_fsubZ336676QQ_scZ1QQ_sopZ1 (For inquiries … 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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Kanji Chinese Calligraphy by my Mother-in-law(2/2)

http://stores.ebay.com/blueheronartscom for original calligraph or go to http://www.BlueHeronArts.com for rice paper, brush and sumi ink. Duration : 0:9:35 Technorati Tags: chinese calligraphy, Japanese Calligraphy, Kanji

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Kai Shu Characters 淮孫景 in Chinese Calligraphy Wei Bei Style

Free download of various Chinese calligraphy models of the Wei and Jin Dynasties: http://www.9610.com/weijin/1.htm http://www.art-virtue.com/styles/kai/index.htm#5 魏碑 (“Wei Bei”), a subset of Chinese calligraphy Kai Shu styles, is generally regarded as one of the best art forms for training the technical … Continue reading

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Dictionary of Chinese calligraphy styles 中國書法大字典 (Part 1)

Chinese Calligraphy characters in different styles compiled in a dictionary. Part 1 – covers the general introduction with the index charts of Section Headers. Part 2 – comparisons of original model books (steles) with dictionary. Part 3 – comparisons of … Continue reading

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Prof Chen Victoria’s Mother Writing Chinese Calligraphy Li Po’s Poem

Prof Chen, victoria’s Mother, writing Li Po’s Poem “Down to Kiang-ling” in grass style or running script. Medium: Antique colored Xuan rice paper, bamboo brush with combination of stiff and soft hair, Japanese sumi Ink, inkstone and tung-oil inkstick, wool … Continue reading

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Your Name in Free Chinese Calligraphy (eg. Robert 羅伯特)

Step 1: http://www.chinese-tools.com/names Get a phonetic translation of your name Step 2: http://www.9610.com/zidian/index.htm Free online Chinese calligraphy dictionary First, click on [搜索] button at least twice Step 3: Copy and paste each Chinese character to the online dictionarys search box … Continue reading

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Gold Pigment 金粉書法 Chinese Calligraphy on Cerulean & Red Xuan Paper

Gold pigments used in this video www.orientalartsupply.com/products/colors.cfm Google search: 金粉書法 or gold pigment calligraphy “Centered Tip Principle” for Chinese calligraphy writing http://www.art-virtue.com/principles/p5-centertip.htm Due to the tackiness and density of the gold pigment powder, I made a rare exception to the … Continue reading

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Kanji Chinese Calligraphy by my Mother-in-law(1/2)

http://stores.ebay.com/blueheronartscom for original calligraph or go to http://www.BlueHeronArts.com for rice paper, brush and sumi ink. Duration : 0:9:51 Technorati Tags: chinese calligraphy, Japanese Calligraphy, Kanji

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永 (Yong) “forever” or “eternity” in Chinese Calligraphy 書法

永 means “forever” or “eternity” and is pronounced as Yong. This famous Chinese character has most of the important elements of Chinese calligraphy strokes. Since there are about 20 different strokes in Chinese Kai Shu and 永 covers only eight … Continue reading

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