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Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -Wind (Traditional Japanese culture, Japanese traditional culture, calligraphy, color letters, wind)

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Japanese Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) -Wind (Traditional Japanese culture, Japanese traditional culture, calligraphy, color letters, wind)

Hello.

Hello, everyone.

I'm Nishimoto, a color character teacher.

I ’m an instructor of iro­moji (colored calligraphy), Nishimoto.

This time I wrote “Wind”.

At this time, I wrote “kaze (wind)”.

The image of the wind in me is a blue image.

My image for wind is blue.

It ’s called blue, it ’s purple,

So I mainly used bluish colors to express it,

I will express it while using mainly blue that is a little dark blue.

did.

such as purple and deep blue close to indigo.

Well, as you can see, the wind goes well,

And also I expressed a blowing wind as you can see.

I think this is quite a gust of wind.

I think this wind is so strong.

The feeling that the hurricane is rolling up is not transmitted from here

Uka.

Especially this part expresses a wind blowing up like a hurricane.

Yes, I wrote “Wind” this time.

I wrote “kaze (wind)” at this time.

Thank you very much.

Thank you.

see you.

Bye

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