Jul 19

Twisting – a Trick of Chinese Brush Painting

chinese painting This video shows you how to use soft hair brush, such as “baby hair” brush, to draw. You may purchase a traditional baby hair at http://www.BlueHeronArts.com .

Duration : 0:10:4

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  1. edwardlpventura says:

    Great! Sr. you gave …
    Great! Sr. you gave me an idea !!!…Thank you (Gracias).

  2. blueheronarts says:

    Thanks for your …
    Thanks for your comment! 

  3. kvyngmbyr says:

    also a beautiful …
    also a beautiful tai chi lesson! Thanks!

  4. blueheronarts says:

    Thanks Barbara for …
    Thanks Barbara for your appreciation of this old video! The ending part showed two students works done with the same brush.

  5. bbornets says:

    Henry, this is one …
    Henry, this is one of your best videos. It is excellent. Thank you so much! Barbara

    I too am getting the “chipmonk” voice at the end for some reason.

  6. greenjeans7 says:

    Good teacher…big …
    Good teacher…big help for me

  7. ParagonPerfumes says:

    You are the best! …
    You are the best! Thanks Henry.

  8. mriding says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for sharing a beautiful art form! I love the beauty that one can do with the special brushes. At the end of the video the sound goes off and then it sounds life at the credits that there is a chipmunk speaking very fast. The sound for the rest f the video is very good!
    Thank you. Tortcheh

  9. phoenixlee247 says:

    Thank you for …
    Thank you for sharing what you know about this expression. I’m humbled that this art goes back so many years, passing on a specific sense of being in tune with a wholeness & mystery in nature, along with certain ancient, revered tools, media & openness, of which we are a part, to the levels that we allow and seek to feel and inhabit for now. How lovely is the chance and choice to receive a way to express, to fill this moment and perhaps pass it further on. Thank you for your time and generosity.

  10. nielsmeyer says:

    @bullpukie: You …
    @bullpukie: You are a jerk.

  11. bullpukie says:

    I watch your videos …
    I watch your videos to help me sleep at night. An at the end of this video you sound like a chipmunk. lol

  12. blueheronarts says:

    Yes, I was talking …
    Yes, I was talking a lot in this video(1/3 are cut out diue to timeout limit).
    Did you check the connection between the speaker and the computer? Try “twist” the plug a little bit in and out and see if that helps. Hope you can hear the sound now.

  13. blueheronarts says:

    I just uploaded the …
    I just uploaded the full version. Please check.

  14. Whirligig5 says:

    That is such a …
    That is such a great tip on how to hold and use the paint brush. It makes so much sense so one can get more fluidity and control when painting. I am definitely going to try this technique. Thanks so much. :)

  15. fgsfds123q says:

    His audio is …

    His audio is completely panned to the left. That plus whatever setup you have might be a part of why you aren’t hearing anything. Adjust your stereo panning settings and see if that helps. :)

  16. jasneskis says:

    I don’t know why, …
    I don’t know why, but I am not getting sound on your new videos. I can see you must be explaining things, but no matter what browser I use I get no sound on this new video.

  17. psychodelicdragon says:

    in addition, could …
    in addition, could not listen that fast for the very end of video

  18. psychodelicdragon says:

    great lessons!!

    great lessons!!
    wonderful instruction!!!!!