August 13, 2019 0

Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : Even Strokes & Spaces, Pt 1: Chinese Calligraphy

Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : Even Strokes & Spaces, Pt 1: Chinese Calligraphy


Okay, now we are going to talk about some
principles in the design of characters. And there are sometimes less strokes, sometimes
more strokes in a Chinese character. And so to give you a reference of that, we still
use a blank squid so, especially for words with many strokes, like the traditional character
of book, or part of calligraphy. Like this one that’s shu, ok, book. We want to go, one
of the principle is the even distribution of these strokes, so when we write it, notice
that where you start the next stroke, okay? You kind of find out where the two stroke
is, and then here and here, so that you can write it with spaces that’s almost equal.

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