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Chinese Red Bean Brush

by Jaime
(Melbourne, Australia)

Green Gum

Green Gum

I read a few books on chinese watercolour techniques, and decided to apply them to my work. The brushstrokes used to paint bamboo leaves were so beautiful, and I thought that the technique would translate well to Australian Gum Leaves. I love painting gums, they are so grand and strong, and varied in their texture. This one is painted using a medium chinese Red Bean Brush, with chinese black ink for the outline.

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Aug 21, 2015
Border is looking so real NEW
by: BellBerry

I think all the credits go to your quality and your skills to handle the brush properly. It is more important for painting any kind of object. the chinese water color and red bean brush looks good like as rush essay review about.The various techniques to paint with the help of this chinese red bean brush.I like the border to this tree, it looks so real

Apr 29, 2009
Chinese Red Bean Brush
by: Mary Ann

There is nothing more valuable to a painter than learning to use the brush properly. Chinese and Japanese painting strokes are invaluable in any kind of painting. However, you do not necessarily need a specific brush to do them. Just a good round brush that comes to a fine point. I use squirrel mops which are similar to Chinese brushes to accomplish the same thing. But I can also use any good round brush. You did a nice job with delicate strokes in this painting. Keep up the good work.

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