How To: Do basic brushstrokes in Chinese painting using Sumi ink

Do basic brushstrokes in Chinese painting using Sumi ink

You can paint just about anything you want in Chinese watercolor painting, but whether you're sketching out a fish or a crocodile, there exists a basic array of brushstrokes that you will use for any object.

Knowing these basic brushstrokes is important as they establish a uniform style for your paintings as well as creative cohesive, beautiful figures. To learn how to create your basic brushstrokes, check out this video.

Medium: Ground Ink, Marie's Chinese Painting Colors, Single Xuan Rice Paper, Waterbrush Pens

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Very nice, , simply beautiful, and you make it look so easy!

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