Under alocasia odora ink and color painting
The ancients said: “The painting has conventions but no permanent rules,” means that no certain method to paint, no need regulation and specification, paint whatever you want to paint, fine and neat drawing or randomly scribble; it does not matter if it is bright red and green or gloomy gray, do whatever you want to do. The only constant is that you can’t go against conventions.
For example, someone paint eggplant but hangs it at the end of the loofah, so this is wrong. If someone draw a crab with scales on, it is even more ridiculous, showing his incapable of sketch observation.#