Correct Posture of Practicing Chinese Calligraphy
A correct posture for practice is the cornerstone of future success for a beginner of Chinese calligraphy. Incorrect posture and mannerism are the stumbling blocks to progress. The requirements of a good posture in practicing Chinese calligraphy may consist of:
Keep head straight. Keep head and neck in a naturally bent curve but not too forward.
Rest left palm under right wrist to keep the paper smooth and stabilize the brush motion.
Keep torso straight. Sit on about one half of the chair. Never lean back on a chair.
on the ground. Do not cross legs. Keep legs parallel and relaxed.
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