# Shun law

Outline

"皴" is "wrinkle", a line like a wrinkle is drawn on the surface of an object in a picture such as a rock or a peak of a mountain indicated by a contour line, and in order to express the stereoscopic effect of the object . There are kinds such as 麻 麻 皴 (麻 skin 皴), 牛 毛 皴 (solution.), Rain point 皴, rice point 皴, cloud head 皴, ax cleavage, fold 皴.

• It is 麻 麻 皴 (麻 皮 皴) It is a method of pulling a gentle curve with a soft linear quality parallel to the ridgeline of the mountain. It is basically used for the depiction of a round shaped mountain. It is said that it is a line like unbelated linen, but it is said to be a hemp leather because it is a linen like hemp skin. , Etc. were used.
• It is a law which has a line which is close to 牛 毛 皴 (solution. 皴) 麻 麻, and which lines like the cow's hair. It is also called a solution because it gives the impression that as much as possible (roots) was (solved). It is a bizarre expression. Was used.
• It is a method of expressing it by striking a small black dot like raindrops like raindrops.
• Rice point 皴 Like the rain point 同じ, it is a method of expressing it by striking a black point, but in particular a shape that is close to an elliptical shape spreading sideways, a point larger than the rain point を is hit. Express a humid climate. I used this name because parents and children used it. It is like a cloud head cloud rising up. Express a sublime sensation. Was used.
• A method like cutting with ax cleavage ax. It is used to express sharp rock masses. , Etc. were used.
• Folding band It is a method that makes it look like stacking the rock face cut off by parallel faces. It has this name as it is like a folded ribbon. It becomes a noble expression. Was used.

footnote

1. ****Usami Bunri "Introduction to Chinese Painting" Iwanami Shoten (2014) 65 pages

References

• Utami Bunri "Introduction to Chinese Painting" Iwanami Shoten (2014)
• Tokyo National Museum "Special Exhibition Shanghai Museum China's Painting Treasure" (2013)

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Post Date : 2018-02-11 00:30