This is the third section of the Takase Shodokai Learn Japanese Calligraphy Series.
In this section we are going to continue to focus on lines and strokes. The student should now be accustomed to the strokes and that these should start to feel natural.
In following the samples, your work should be similar to or even surpass that of student 2. If your work is beginning to consistently resemble or surpass that of student 1 then you are doing extremely well.
Learn Japanese Calligraphy: Lesson 13 - 18
13. mimi (ear)14. te (hand)15. kome (rice)16. kuni (country)17. hikari (light)18. sora (sky)
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