September 2, 2019 0

Hand Strokes in Chinese Calligraphy : Tips on Chinese Calligraphy Strokes

Hand Strokes in Chinese Calligraphy : Tips on Chinese Calligraphy Strokes


A pre-recently we have covered some Chinese
character strokes. So namely they are “dian”, “heng”; “shu”, “pie”; “na”. So that horizontal,
vertical; left slant and right slant strokes. So example for “dian” and since we covered
some letters; some numbers here we have number 6 that use 3 dots, 3 “dian”. And horizontal
and vertical together makes the number 10 and then we have 7 that starts with a horizontal
and then a vertical with a bend. And 8 is a good example for both “pie” and “na”; left
slant and right slant strokes. So that’s left and right strokes; right slant strokes, that’s
8; “ba”, “liu”; “shi”, “qi”; “ba” and here next we are going to talk about more strokes
that’s; we have 1 2 3 4 5 here and the basic strokes in Chinese characters we use 8 of
them, so 3 more strokes. But these 3 more strokes in different angles could be a little
bit more introduction than these basic strokes that we covered then; “dian”, “heng”; “shu”;
“pie”, “na”.

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