Bamboo Practice:Chinese Brush Painting & Calligraphy

top chinese painting I thought today I would try a Bamboo painting. I have a new Brochure, as this is my means of tuitiion, Europe doesn’t really have an abundance of Chinese Brush Painting Masters, Lots of Wannabe Europeans, (Lots summary = about 2000 nationwide) but it is a tough subject and I have to rely on YouTube tutorials and examples. So all your videos are more valuable to people like me than you actually imagine.
Many thanks.
I hope you enjoy this one.
Bamboo Practice:Chinese Brush Painting & Calligraphy

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16 Responses to “Bamboo Practice:Chinese Brush Painting & Calligraphy”

  1. Sandra Augustine says:

    Amazing. Inspiring …
    Amazing. Inspiring.

  2. Dakota20M says:

    your voice and …
    your voice and video goes best with buddhist music. its so calming and beautiful and your voice fits the profile lol..

    I wish I was a bit better at painting. I just began to do this kind of painting. but i am having fun. I just cannot get bamboo right.

    thanks,

    brian o’neil

  3. artistamaier says:

    i also took up the …
    i also took up the art and i was just sitting there with all these colored inks that i could noy remember what i bought them for, so i had the idea to use a pointy round brush dip[ed it into the ink , it kept its shape whilst paiting plum blosoms ontp canvas paper, but i do use a damp eye make up spounge to keep iys shape through-out works like a charm! keep up the good work.

  4. Wojciech Placek says:

    bravo!!!!!!
    bravo!!!!!!

  5. noealicea says:

    hi,, my name is …
    hi,, my name is noah,and I to started chinese painting this year and I love it, I like your work looks good….Do you do other things like animals,EX……and do you sell your pitures.

  6. ChineseCalligraphy says:

    Yes I know Haiying. …
    Yes I know Haiying. :o)
    She is always happy….. almost always… A good inspiration to others.
    I hope this was as fun.

  7. DKMontoya4670 says:

    My apologies. I …
    My apologies. I was so excited and was a bit too quick out of the gate. Had I listened on a bit, I’d learned you already knew of Haiying. Cheers!

  8. DKMontoya4670 says:

    Bravo! Just …
    Bravo! Just brilliant. Are you familiar with the silk painter and artist/caligrapher Yang Haiying? She is such a joy to watch and to listen to. She is from Bejing. If you get a chance, have a look at some of her videos, here, on YouTube.

    Thank you for your post.

  9. ChineseCalligraphy says:

    I’m glad you …
    I’m glad you enjoyed this.
    I have not taken any classes. I simply sat down and started to paint.
    If you look at the Forum I run and look at the link to the Journal, you will find some very funy things I started out painting in May 2008. When I started to paint.
    Chinese Painting and Calligraphy to ma are alien creatures. I have never done this before.
    If you are keen I could speak to London who could put tgoether a whole Chinese Art & Calligraphy kit for you and they could send it direct.

  10. ChineseCalligraphy says:

    I hope you do. A …
    I hope you do. A year ago I had a 3 inch ink stone, an ink stick about the size of a matchstick and two feathery brushes. :)
    At the bottom of the forum I run you’ll find the westerners solution to all your needs… I hope.
    Best wishes.

  11. DaneLeSexy says:

    I have to say I …
    I have to say I haven’t seen anything more beautiful than your artwork. I have always wanted to learn this art, but since I live in Kansas, United States, it’s hard to find any classes here too. The classes I have found here I dont have enough money for and are outrageous in price(Chicago). ^ ^’

  12. h2w156789 says:

    i hope to start …
    i hope to start this journey myself sometime in the near future when i have more resources and connections, and hopefully i will be able to also achieve what you have achieved

  13. ChineseCalligraphy says:

    Tankyou, I try …
    Tankyou, I try incredibly hard. I would say, in all, 80% of my time is seeing their work. Looking at every angle. Studying the composition.
    And the remaining 20% setting up and painting.
    But its rewarding.
    in May I could not paint at all. The brush was totally alien.
    I even had to trace characters. Its been a very tough journey I had to wait 5 months before I could even get any ink..

  14. EstroidHitting says:

    YOu are really …
    YOu are really devoted!

  15. artvirtue says:

    Hi Neil,
    Good …

    Hi Neil,
    Good work!

  16. h2w156789 says:

    what an amazing …
    what an amazing video. just the thought process that you have gone through is incredible. there are very few people like you who really want to achieve the full essences of Chinese painting. i congratulate you for this and hope that you will one day understand the full potential of Chinese painting and be able to express all of it through every single one of your paintings.

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