Take the black as the substrate, outline with pure gold, with a small amount of color or symbolic blooming out the main structure and the brightness of the characters and scenery, mysterious charm and deep, which is in Tibetan Buddhist art and painting Thangka line self-contained and painting form -- black Tibetan Thangka, called "the Tang dynasty".
In Tibetan Buddhist art, murals, Thangka Buddha statue in the main color of the paint must be on the basis of God "by" Buddha statues measure "three by the provisions of a" classic, with different religious symbol connotation. As Shakya Muni's body color as red meat, dark blue, a flash of Buddha Buddha Buddha golden, the goddess of mercy is white. While the black coloring method called a painting Thangka, in compliance with the principle of measuring statues, created by the main line, with the CLS part drawing techniques, meaning to the sum check. This means more strengthen the spirit form in Tibetan Buddhism, mighty, powerful, solemn and mysterious. As the flame in black coloring of Thangka, a little dizzy at the end only in flames, flames dancing charm is vividly painted, far better than the apply method of color red. At the same time, the color with gold, black screen to retain many performance practices, and Chinese landscape paintings with white Jimo, pledge style is exactly the same, strengthened the black Thangka deep, ethereal, mysterious secret religious implication.
The good performance of the black thangka is a Tibetan Buddhist Tantric deities dynamic exaggeration, expressions of anger, anger expression and mighty body. They are composed of Buddha and Bodhisattva and Buddhist changes to protect themselves against attack, or to interfere with the law is called "deterrent and warning of ignorance" is not a demon and evil thoughts. These gods image with the original rustic, mighty strong, deep mystery and many other features, which can be a powerful deterrent to Dharma teachings, the Dharma, the purpose of maintaining the theocracy. Therefore, the black Thangka Tibetan Buddhist art become a solemn ritual in an idol worship.