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The ginger root is a common herb. In the old days, to cure a cold we simply pound and put black sugar and drink the stuff. This concoction is also good to get rid of the wetness in the body after getting wet in the rain. In Chinese medicine, we have ‘wind’ situations whereby you can cook porkribs and vinegar to remedy this. Poison is got rid of by applying a poultice made of ‘preserve mushroom soaked in urine, to the wound (e.g. bee’s stings, rust from stepping on a rusty nail, etc). The Chinese believes in fighting poison with poison! Also it is used to spice up food and as medicine.

Observation and Sketch-

We started off by using the charcoal pencil to sketch followed by brush strokes (vertical position) in ink. Brush should have less water to create the dry look. Attention must be paid to the texture.

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Appearance of the ginger is interesting. Its outline is irregular. Surface is rough. It does look complicated to put the ginger on paper but if we observe and analyse we can overcome this difficulty. Ginger consists many buds or knobs. You simply break them at the joints when you want them in your cooking.

Colouring –

When coloring the shoots of the ginger, you need a light green. You apply yellow on the places you want highlighted and indigo to the shadows to indicate depth. Do use the split brush method taught previously. Dr Tan will bring to mind of the different methods of the brush strokes we have learnt so far.

We will achieve something if we see eye to eye with teacher.. There must be a common understanding before we can paint anything. Today’s coloring is of the ‘wet’ method.