Saturday, 16 May 2009
Process of practicing Chinese Calligraphy
The effective, traditional process of practicing handwriting consists of three steps: mo, Lin and xie. Mo means tracing. There are two ways to trace: Trace the calligraphy printed in red in the copybook, or use the model in the exercise book to trace the character on semitransparent or transparent paper. Mo means to practice wielding the brush. You must acquaint yourself with the process of basic stroke writing and the order in which you write your strokes. In practice, attention should be focused on the strokes of your model, the structure and the style of calligraphy. This lays the foundation for the next step, Lin, which is to put the model on the desk for you to copy.
at May 16, 2009
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See below for clips of Chi Zhang join Sky TV Landscape Artist of the Year 2015.
See below for a short introduction to calligraphy from Chi Zhang the Institute’s tutor.