Firstly, choose what you want to draw and choose the colour accordingly. Now, dip the Chinese drawing brush in the paint or ink of the colour you have chosen. For example, if you wish to draw cherry blossoms, dip the brush in pink paint or ink. You can dip the brush in 2 colours to make a two-dotted line. So for cherry blossom, besides pink, dip it in the darker pink shade also, so petals from inside give a lighter shade and from outside, a bit darker.
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Start drawing, set the tip of the brush on the paper and by giving your hand a swift motion, draw the desired figure. For example, for cherry blossom, move your brush towards the right side and draw a curved line.
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Now, draw a thick line by pushing the brush against the paper. Draw thick lines for outside of the petals of cherry blossom, for example, and thin lines for inside the petals in this way finish drawing the petals.
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Now it’s time to give more effects to the drawing. Dip your brush in the ink then dip it again in the water and run it across the paper to show shadows to the drawing.
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Dip the brush in a darker colour, and start drawing thin lines over the original ones. So, as for cherry blossom, draw the lines of the darker pink shade, adding the details to the petals of the flowers. The lines will be extending to the tips starting from the base.
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