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figure 1 logic behind the magic brush techniques pII b 1 214x300 214x300 - Logic Behind The Magic – Brush Techniques, Part II (b).

Logic Behind The Magic – Brush Techniques, Part II (b).

By Ponte Ryūrui / 16/02/2012 /

単包法 (たんほうほう, tanhō hō), where the ring finger and the small finger are adjacent to the inner side of the palm, and the brush is held with the three remaining

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Blessings of the Dragon Gods

By Ponte Ryūrui / 02/01/2012 /

Dragons in Far Eastern mythology are benevolent creatures; bearers of wisdom, power, and positive energy. Together with a phoenix, dragon’s Yin counterpart

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figure 1 2 hiragana na horz 300x233 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): な (i.e. “na”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): な (i.e. “na”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 28/10/2011 /

The modern form of な comes from the cursive form of the kanji 奈 (な, na, i.e. “Nara”, “what”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown in

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figure 1 2 hiragana to horz 300x167 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): と (i.e. “to”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): と (i.e. “to”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 24/10/2011 /

The modern form of と comes from the cursive form of the kanji 止 (し, shi, i.e. “stop”, “halt”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown in

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figure 1 2 hiragana te horz 300x184 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): て (i.e. “te”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): て (i.e. “te”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 12/10/2011 /

The modern form of て comes from the cursive form of the kanji 天 (てん, ten, i.e. “heaven”, also “deva”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown

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figure 1 2 hiragana tsu horz 300x259 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): つ (i.e. “tsu”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): つ (i.e. “tsu”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 10/10/2011 /

The modern form of つ comes from the cursive form of the kanji 川 (かわ, kawa, i.e. “river”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown in

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figure  1 2 hiragana ta horz 300x204 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): た (i.e. “ta”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): た (i.e. “ta”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 05/10/2011 /

The modern form of た comes from the cursive form of the kanji 太 (た, ta, i.e. “plump”, “thick”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown in

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figure 1 2 hiragana chi horz 300x179 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): ち (i.e. “chi”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): ち (i.e. “chi”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 04/10/2011 /

The modern form of ち comes from the cursive form of the kanji 知 (ち, chi, i.e. “knowledge”). Follow the progression of the different scripts shown in

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figure 1 2 hiragana so horz 300x289 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): そ (i.e. “so”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): そ (i.e. “so”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 29/09/2011 /

The modern form of そ comes from the cursive form of the kanji 曽 (そ, so, i.e. “formerly”, “once”, etc.). Follow the progression of the different scripts

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figure 1 2 hiragana se horz 300x155 - 平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): せ (i.e. “se”)

平仮名 (ひらがな, hiragana): せ (i.e. “se”)

By Ponte Ryūrui / 27/09/2011 /

The modern form of せ comes from the cursive form of the kanji 世 (せ, se, i.e. “world”, “society”), though it would seem that semi-cursive style is visually

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