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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