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    it is a good thing the person holding the camera is not the one doing the painting, because if the painter were holding the camera the video would be rock solid while the mark would be all over the place

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    Amazing skill. I can't even put stickers on straight and square without elaborate guides. I hope the painter doesn't have to do that 300 times a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piper184 View Post
    Amazing skill. I can't even put stickers on straight and square without elaborate guides. I hope the painter doesn't have to do that 300 times a day.
    That calligraphy tells me 300 a day is on Sundays; when they work just a half-day.
    The surprise is volume of ink/ paint the brush holds, and the perfection of line width. That's serious talent maintaining consistent deflection of the bristles,maybe more deft than a pin-striper. Chinese characters are very precisely formed, while Japanese technique demonstrates a more individual appearance.



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