According to Zhang Taiyan (章太炎), Characters could describe every motion, that is, lying down, standing, flying or flatting on one`s face, and also they could add or delete any part of body, that is, scale, feather, hair, mane, etc. His argument, however, could be applied not only to the Traditional but the Simplified Chinese Characters. In my opinion, even in the Simplified Characters a kind of picto-graphic drift could be traced regarding their features and motion-descriptions as well, For example, a picto-graphic trait could be inferred from the case of Simplified Character, `龍 dragon`, as it has the scheme of tail. In addition, `魚 fish`, `馬 horse`, `鳥 bird`, and `烏 crow` have a common trait in having a `horizontal stroke [一]`. Regarding these cases, it could be discussed that the scale [….] of the Traditional Chinese `魚 fish` got to `一` which corresponds to the end part of the powerful tail swimming through the water, while the legs [….] of the other three Traditional characters, `馬 horse`, `鳥 bird`, and `烏 crow`, changed to `一`, which symbolizes the legs in the state of flying or running fast. Needless to say, it is not the case that all the Simplified Characters keep following the same rule, as there could be a lot of variation. But this essay tries to show at least that some kind of picto-graphic tendency could be identified among them. It could further be argued that `Three Highest Factors, Poetry, Calligraphy and Drawing (詩書畵三絶)` have implicitly been closely related with each other even in the Simplified Characters. The strokes of the Simplified Characters have been simplified and symbolized on the one hand, and still retain a dynamic and realistic feature on the other.