Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Arthur's seat in Chinese Brush Painting Style

View from south east of the city
Using Chinese Brush Painting technique to reflect my impression to Arthur's seat, an extinct volcano, famous Edinburgh landscape.
Applied both dry brush technique and ink wash technique, bring more textures into the mountain itself. With the media of Chinese ink and brush, you are able to draw something very quickly, but it needs long time consideration before the Chinese brush actually touch the Xuan paper. Once it done, you created depth and space in a flat paper, give a kind of imagination with some spontaneous effects and represented the natural scenery in an abstract way.

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