Stroke Order of Chinese Calligraphy: Generally from TOP to BOTTOM (忍又馬善)

top chinese calligraphy 楷書筆劃順序
Sample videos for Chinese character standard style “Kai Shu 楷書”
Golden Rules: http://www.art-virtue.com/tutorial/index.htm#4
General Rule – start writing from top to bottom
忍 endurance
又 too, aslo
馬 horse
善 goodness, good, good virtue

Duration : 0:3:13


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5 Responses to “Stroke Order of Chinese Calligraphy: Generally from TOP to BOTTOM (忍又馬善)”

  1. artvirtue says:

    My experience with …
    My experience with brushes is stated in Joshua’s Profile from my website. I started when I was 8, 31 years ago with very GOOD teachers. I must admit I was just a little bit better than my teacher’s average students – he had many good and better students than me…

  2. artvirtue says:

    you are very …
    you are very beautiful = 你很漂亮 pronounced as “Ni hen piao liang”

  3. artvirtue says:

    Thank you. Ni hen …
    Thank you. Ni hen piao liang! And thanks for sub.

  4. artvirtue says:

    It’s like a fiddle. …
    It’s like a fiddle. The more we practice the better pressures and angles we get to know. Different calligraphy styles may require different percentages of brush tips and arm pressures.

  5. BroMatthias says:

    Amazing!! It is as …
    Amazing!! It is as if your brush never actually touches the paper. Only the very tip of it.

    5 shuriken!

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