In fact, the practice of writing a regular script and drawing red and copybook copybooks is only in the practice of "character". Ignores a more important book "writing" exercise. Imagine that the regular script copybooks that can be used to paint red and copybooks are Thousands and thousands of books, which one do we prefer? You can't use every copybook to trace red and copy, so often a lot of copybooks and copybooks are just based on gourds, knowing why they don't know why, the root cause lies in method errors.
So why can't we find the basic method common to all copybooks? If you find it, you don't need a lot of traces and copybooks, and you don't need to consider whether it is a regular copybook or a copybook.
Therefore, I said that the method of practicing calligraphy should include both the basic stroke method of "words" in all copybooks and the basic book "write" action method in traditional culture (including calligraphy) that all copybooks inherit. The basic writing method of "stroke" of how the strokes are coherent, how the structure is arranged, and how to arrange the whole article, can only be said to be the true method of word training.
Regarding the above, everyone has a correct understanding of the correct method of word training? The method of word training is no longer the regular script that people often think of, such as painting a stroke, drawing red and copying copybooks, but the basic book "write" action method of mastering how the strokes are coherent, how the structure is matched, and how to arrange the whole article!