Ти Гуань Инь means Ti Guan Yin (tea). Round brush on paper.
over 2 years ago
I like it!
all jibberish to me, but so damn sexy!
I guess you meant gibberish man:) Thanks Thomas!
i meant gibber-da-shiz! ;-)
neat work, man. lovely texture
I like this style.
I really like this - the round brush makes for a totally different, interesting look/feel. The very thick strokes create such a nice contrast too. (Plus anything that is lettering for tea is automatically great!)
Thank you guys!
Claire, agree with you, this brush allows to use a big range of strokes and techniques and it fits perfect for "tea" lettering with a touch of chinese calligraphy. Thank you!
Oh, how wrong those who say that the Cyrillic alphabet can not be more beautiful than Latin! It's awesome:)
I think they talk just about "formal" fonts:) Thank you Anna!
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