Рисуем Корейский сюжет и Четверо Благородных Korean Figure and Four Gentlemen Ink painting tutorial

Рисуем Корейский сюжет и Четверо Благородных Korean Figure and Four Gentlemen Ink painting tutorial


The main attention is paid to the consideration of drawing a female figure in the Korean traditional costume – Hanbok 한복 and the Asian folding screen with the image of the “Four Gentlemen” plants Plum, Orchid, Chrysanthemum and Bamboo. We start the drawing with a female figure. We work on rice paper in black ink. Small brush with medium hard pile. Use a bright black ink. Moisture on the brush should be minimized. So that the contour lines do not float. Give the face of a woman Asian features. Through the oval of the face and section of the eyes. Hold the brush firmly to control the line. Do not use rice paper on which ink is very float. Particular attention in drawing is given to the line. We work with the tip of the brush. The brush works like a pencil. When drawing folds of clothes, watch for the thickness of the line. For a thin line, less pressure on the brush. For a thick line, put more pressure on the brush. The Hanbok Korean national dress when moving gives a lot of beautiful and complex folds. It’s better to draw this object from some reference. We draw the objects of the tea ceremony according to the principle of contour. Creating forms for further filling with color. Do not forget that our objects have a perspective and angles. The remaining objects are also shown in outline. Excess moisture can be removed on a napkin. Before drawing a line in the picture, check the brush by drawing a line on a piece of the same rice paper. By hatching, apply texture to part of the table. Draw the Ikebana. This is part of the tea ceremony items. This is part of the tea ceremony items. Chrysanthemums are drawn in different ways. I draw a simple look like daisies. We use the contour method. Check out my videos there are some separate lessons on drawing chrysanthemums. The basket is drawn in rows of arched lines. I use a pencil to mark a place for a folding screen. In our case, the screen consists of four sectors. I mark the width and height of the sectors. I draw stones on which plants grow. A brush stroke is a line from point to point. The line is jerky. First, the contour and then a few lines on the surface of the stone. We draw a sector for the Orchid with two stones. On the lines I will put dots in some places. We draw a stone in the sector for chrysanthemum and in the sector for bamboo. Draw a sector with Plum. Make a jerky line by twisting the brush with your fingers. The plum branch is thick at the base and thin at the end. In the process of movement, we lower the pressure on the brush and raise it. My videos have a separate lesson on drawing a large-scale drawing of a plum. Now we are working in miniature. We draw the leaves of the Orchid. We place them on stones and nearby. At the beginning of the movement, we press the brush more and then we raise and tear it off from the paper. Cross objects often. We draw miniatures on the principle of composing large compositions. Circle the shapes of the plum branches a bit. Draw small branches. Put dots of different sizes on the branches. We draw chrysanthemum flowers. We draw a simple version of the flower on the principle of chamomile. We put a point and surround it with several rows of petals. In my videos there are several separate lessons on drawing large paintings with chrysanthemums in different styles. A stem is a line from point to point. Leaves are drawn in outline. We complement the composition with autumn berries. Just put dots on the branch. Put a few dots on the stalks of chrysanthemums. We draw orchid flowers with a contour. In this case, small and delicate work. This flower has five petals. Each subject can be represented in two ways. You can create a shape with brush strokes. Or you can create a shape with a contour and fill it with color. Let’s draw more branches on the plum. Outline draw plum flowers. The flower has five petals. Do not draw flowers very much. Place several on a branch. We draw a bamboo. A brush stroke is a line from point to point. Outline draw the links and branches of bamboo. We emphasize the line of closure. Branches grow from the place of closure. By shading, we mark some places on the stones. Contour draw bamboo leaves. A sheet of bamboo has the shape of a boat. Or an open wing of a duck. It takes time ^^ I use a ruler for flatness. Draw the shape of the screen. Edges and sectors. In order not to stain the picture, wipe the ruler every time. Make a frame. These are the last brush strokes. I hope you were interested. Do not miss the next part of the coating of the picture in color. To do this, subscribe to the channel and hit the bell ^^ Leave comments what you want to draw.

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