This is the fourth section of the Takase Shodokai Japanese Calligraphy Series.
In this section we introduce samples with two kanji. Work on getting a nice balance between the two characters. It is also helpful to move back and forth between single character samples and double character samples.
This is the last section that focuses on the basic lines and strokes for the kaisho script.
Learn Japanese Calligraphy: Lesson 19 - 24
19. miru (look)20. tenchi (heaven)21. haru kaze (spring wind)22. kokki (self-restraint)23. senshin (clear mind)24. ki (joy)
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