Ning tells us "the Chinese call Grape 'pu tao'. Pu means crawling. Tao has the connotation of being intoxicated with joy. It is a good name for a fruit that provides so many moments of inspiration for all." So work along with Ning and learn how to take a simple, everyday subject and transform it into an elegantly composed brush painting masterpiece! Video lesson includes complete step-by-step instructions for brush stroke application, including color prep, brush selection and brush loading. as well as a brief photographic tour done by Ning of Turpan, the grape capital of China.
For best results use the following materials, available at OAS: PAPER - Double Shuen BRUSHES - Flow, Large Flow, Small Mountain Horse COLORS - Chinese Yellow, Vermillion, Da Vinci White, Schmincke Cadmium Red Deep, Winsor&Newton Indigo, Perylene Violet, OAS Best Bottle Ink