Hand Strokes in Chinese Calligraphy : Writing Chinese Calligraphy After the Vertical Lines

Hand Strokes in Chinese Calligraphy : Writing Chinese Calligraphy After the Vertical Lines


So we talk about hook after horizontal. Shi,
and then here let’s cover vertical and then the hook. So here we have the letter that’s
the same in pieng, shi, but different in the tone. Instead of the second tone it’s the
fourth tone. Shi. Instead of shi, it is shi. So horizontal, vertical, bend, horizontal,
horizontal, bend, horizontal, horizontal, and then vertical at the end is a hook. Shi.
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