VA video lesson by Pyotr Chobitko. You can witness calligraphy masterpieces springing with ease from under the master’s pen. With enough determination you will also be able to reproduce the writing demonstrated by the master.
The second video lesson by Pyotr Chobitko. What matters, when it comes to calligraphy, is not just talent but the number of hours of practice. When you write your hand should be steady and the letters should form lines in accordance with your vision. To achieve this, you can watch the master at work and try to copy his moves.
A workshop by the Japanese calligraphers, Hirose Shoko and Sashida Takefusa, given at the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy on March 26, 2009.
Hamid Reza Ebrahimi demonstrates writing the phrase ‘Practice makes perfect’ in Copperplate script
A video describing Japanese calligraphy, its specific features and styles. Examples of Japanese writing.
The appropriate handling of writing instruments and the command of a writing techniques are the factors that create a beautifully written phrase.
The Yong hieroglyph (meaning ‘eternity’) contains all the main elements and strokes of Chinese hieroglyphic writing.
Writing the word ‘Aria’ in Copperplate. Aria is the title of the song that plays in the video.
This style is characterized with high thin letters. It was developed to save space on the page.
A commentary from the studio of Avraham Borschevsky, the author of the record-setting Tsar Mezuzah, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest mezuzah.
Chinese calligraphy occupies a unique place in the history of humanity, judged by both its scale and the importance of artistic achievements and its aesthetics.
‘Rustic’ means rural countryside. The Rustic letters, however, forming the words of a love poem under the hand of the Franco-Brazilian calligrapher Johan, strike us as refined and beautiful.
In this video you get to witness the process of creating Japanese calligraphy, or shodo.
A combination of painting and writing. A bird appears of the page, to become an element of the calligraphy.
What first looks like a typical demonstration of calligraphy soon turns into something quite different. The trick is performed by Murat Ünver.
A Confession of Love beautifully written with the help of the art of calligraphy. What could be more romantic?
Who said that hieroglyphs should only be written on a sheet of paper? Black ink on white snow only makes the written phrase more poetic!