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Thread: Replicating the style of Tensho Shubun's famous painting

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    Replicating the style of Tensho Shubun's famous painting

    Pretty happy with this. Used a custom gloop brush, watercolour brush, and airbrush.

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    I really love this one! I'm delighted in front of Oriental and Japanese graphical art forms! I recently visited an Escher's exhibition and found an analogy of one of his prints with the famous Hokusai's Big Wave.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Cool! I try to visit museums and galleries as often as I can too. I was inspired to do this one after watching a YouTube video of a guy that does modern woodcut printing.

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    Very good. Masterful artwork and has that classical Chinese look to it.

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    You're on a roll. A bunch of very fine paintings in these last offerings. You seem to have gotten inside the original artists' heads and can bring it out on demand. Very adaptive and scholarly.
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    Thanks D. I think the original watercolor on silk painting is really huge. Like 5 feet high or around there. The pic was low resolution so I had to guess at some of the detail. But, it was fun to do. Thanks for your support.

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