Freehand Chinese Painting
|Under the influence of Buddhism, Chinese painters, Korean and Japanese alike, took a single color, ink, to create tone and scale on rice paper. Ink painting is carried out at tremendous speed - with a single deft stroke, it produced a leaf, a petal, a whole cluster of bamboo.|
- Chinese brush
- Unsized rice paper
- Chinese paints
|Roughly mark the composition by finger directly on rice paper. Charcoal is conventional approach though.|
|Dry-brush technique, slightly under-charged with ink or paint, often used in branches and rocks.|
|Grounded from mineral colors, the pigments for Chinese painting cannot be mixed as in Western watercolor paint to produce an infinite range of shades. |
Right bleeding is from right amount of ink reserved in a charged brush and responsiveness of rice paper.
|Seal and inscription are traditionally part of Chinese painting. Some contemporary artists simply ignore them.|
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