Integration of traditional Chinese patterns in the

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Integration of traditional Chinese patterns in Packaging Design II

1.1.2 dragon pattern

dragon is regarded as a symbol of natural power and worshipped. There are generally two meanings of using dragons as decorations: "Zuo Zhuan Zhao Gong's twenty ninth year": "dragons are water objects." It is said that the dragon is the God of water, a spirit made of water; The other is the symbol of celestial phenomena. "Yi Qian": "the flying dragon is in the sky." The flying dragon symbolizes the stars of the universe. In ancient agricultural society, great attention was paid to celestial phenomena. The changes of celestial phenomena were enough to cause disasters and blessings on earth. This is a naive explanation of the power of nature by the ancients. The dragon pattern on the bronze ware of Shang and Zhou Dynasties is basically shaped like a snake. It is coiled, with ears, no horns, and no feet. The dragon body is arranged with two rows of regular scale patterns. There are also dragon patterns, dragon patterns, two tailed dragon patterns, etc

1.1.3 wind bird pattern

the phoenix pattern on copper ware will be in the shape of a bird with plumage at that time, with an upturned or drooping crest on its head. Some are crowned with Trident; Some wings are floating, like flying; Some wings and tails are tripled, and the crown is wrapped forward, with many changes. Bird pattern, generally long plume hanging, its ability to resist deformation is enhanced, or the long tail is rolled up, looking forward or looking back. As shown in Figure 2

1.1.4 the basic characteristics of cloud and thunder pattern are continuous. Back. Formed by glyph lines. Some make circular connection composition, which is simply called "moire"; Some make a square continuous composition, and highlight the yield that attracts investors, which is called "thunder pattern". Cloud and thunder patterns are often used as ground patterns on bronzes to foil thematic patterns

1.2 painted pottery pattern

painted pottery pattern is a painted pottery pattern in the Neolithic age. The color is painted on the blank first, and then burned in the kiln. It doesn't fall off when touching water

the patterns of painted pottery mainly fall into five categories:

geometric categories - triangle, square, diamond, comma, cone, chord, linear, rope, loop, etc

animal patterns - fish shaped, deer shaped, frog shaped, bird shaped, etc

plant grain - surface grain shape, husk shape, jujube core shape, vortex shape, etc

figure shape - human face fish shape, dance shape, etc

textile patterns - bamboo basket, mat, cloth, herringbone, pattern, etc

painted pottery pattern is shown in Figure 3

1.3 tile pattern case

tile, also known as tile block, tile head, is the clinical experiment of m6-c carried out in the United States in ancient China, and the shielding of the front end of the cornice tube tile has been removed. At first, it was a semicircle, and then it became a circle. The patterns of tiles include animals, plants, moire, sunflower patterns, and animal and plant deformation patterns. The animal pattern tile of the Han Dynasty is the most perfect in the shape of the four gods of the late Western Han Dynasty, namely, the green dragon, the white tiger, the rosefinch and the basalt, as shown in Figure 4. They are all mascots created by people like dragons, which are not found in nature, representing directions or seasons. Among the plant patterns, the "lotus flower" pattern of Ba ban is the most typical

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