I hope you are enjoying the beautiful Autumn colours.
I would like to update a new Autumn text in Hiragana.
It is suitable for the beginners and those who are eager to brush up Hiraganas.
The Otehon text : OTSUKIMI おつきみ
It has four Hiraganas.
– For medium to big brush, both hard and soft.
– make sure you fold the paper into four boxes
– Loads of Nuki* Slide out techniques in the text, so the warming-up practice with spirals recommended.
– For Hane*jumping technique, make sure you do the 1*2*3 movement with your brush.
Movement 1; Pause~ the place where you stop at the first stroke
Movement 2 ; Preparation~ you open the hair of brush little bit.
Movement 3 ; To jump ~ you pull the energy up through your naval and slowly proceed to jump.
– Make sure you are able to imagine the clear picture of the moon you like and an extra feeling for that moon.
– Kanji for that text is; “お月見” or “月見”, you can drop the お.
Another Sanshotai (three calligraphy styles) from my morning calligraphy routine. Lately my choice of Kanji is very much inspired by the beautiful Autumn colours and the atmosphere…
– Shou, Nobo-ru
– To rise
You can see the development from the right hand side.
Sosho ⬅ Gyosho ⬅ Kaisho
Link to my Instagram
When; Sunday, 15. October, 13.00 ~ 16.00
Where; Haus Diva, Vauban in Freiburg.
Level; From beginners to professionals
Fee; 45 euro ~All materials included, tools provided.
I would like to inform you that the next calligraphy workshop in Freiburg is on Sunday, the 15th. October starting at 13.00.
We will practise beautiful Autumn theme texts in many different calligraphy styles.
The workshop is designed for a small group of people (max.8) and for all levels including some professional needs too.
The beginners are more than welcome!!
If you would like to sign in, please send me a mail on ; email@example.com@gmx.de
I hope you are enjoying these hot sunny days! Are you brushing up your calligraphy skills?! Or doing more stroke-practice?!
Before the summer holiday ends, I would like to post an Otehon for the month of August.
The summery text you can not avoid ….
“Aka-i-kin-gyo (Jap) ~ Red goldfish”
*Kingyo: Goldfish (Kin; Gold +Gyo; Fish)
*4 Kanjis and 1 Hiragana
Please check all balance lines, composition frames and some tips above.
Each Kanji have more less a clear middle line. Always start with a clear angle and check which brush technique should be applied.(side or direct brushings)
Recommended brush size is the medium to the big. Both hard or soft haired are suitable for this text.
One of my morning calligraphy routines.
-Ki, Kou, Ou
In three calligraphy styles, called Sanshotai.
Linked from my instagram
Let us please still…enjoy the last yellow leaves and forests before the wintery wind takes over.
Lit the candles and put your favourite incense on, and have a mindful calligraphy practice!