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Drawing Kanji “Ki”

I drew another kanji a few days ago.

A very simple and somewhat abstract drawing:



The original kanji is this one: but it also has the following archaic form (which may still be in use in the Chinese language):

It has a few pronunciations but the most common one is ki. And it has quite a bunch of meanings: gas (as in air, not as in petrol), breath, atmosphere, spirit, mood, condition, and more. You’ll find it in terms like “genki” (in good health), “tenki” (weather) or even Team Ogi!


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