Chinese script

Discover the beauty of Chinese script tattoos and find inspiration for your own unique design. Explore the rich symbolism and profound meaning behind each character, and create a timeless piece of body art that tells your story.
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Introduction to Chinese Scripts and Basic Writing Skills – Chinese Calligraphy and Culture 中國書法與文化

This chapter will provide an overview of the study of Chinese calligraphy; it will feature the early history, evolution, and formation of Chinese characters; and it will show case proper posture for sitting and standing and, finally, brush-holding techniques. Part I. Culture 1 Introduction Calligraphy is much, much more than literally applying brush strokes to paper.

From Wikiwand: An ancient seal script form of the character for "dragon" that is now written 龍 or 龙 and pronounced lóng in Mandarin Chinese. Nature Worship, Seal Script, Chinese Script, Chinese Calligraphy Art, Chinese Folklore, Seal Tattoo, Dragon Anatomy, Calligraphy Wallpaper, Neolithic Period

Wikiwand - Chinese dragon

The Chinese Dragon is a legendary creature in Chinese mythology, Chinese folklore, and Chinese culture at large. Chinese dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles and fish, but are most commonly depicted as snake-like with four legs. Academicians have identified four reliable theories on the origin of the Chinese dragon: snakes, Chinese alligators, thunder worship and nature worship. They traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water.

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