Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : Even Strokes & Spaces, Pt 2: Chinese Calligraphy

Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : Even Strokes & Spaces, Pt 2: Chinese Calligraphy


And then, the next stroke similarly will go
not too close. And then you also when you do this vertical stroke, you will have to
consider how you this stroke will divide the space in this whole character, so that the
distribute distribution is even. And then you leave about enough room for this part
to come in, ok. In this word, to appropriate, I have some little variations but of the spaces,
but the principle is to make them as even as possible. And this is okay, as long as
you don’t have strokes that comes in like that, and some wider space like that, it should
be okay. Because sometimes it it doesn’t look that good if everything is like machine make
even. And that’s not called a script, probably that’s called a font, and that loses some
of your expressive quality in your handwriting. So, this is shu.

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