Does Chinese have sets of phrases that cover both basic and complex strokes that are memorizable?
Within Alphabetic based languages we would be able to practice handwriting using a pangram
Victor jagt zwölf Boxkämpfer quer über den großen Sylter Deich
When zombies arrive, quickly fax judge Pat
This way we can practice writing in a real application because it utilizes the full alphabet of a given language
"Eight Principles of Yong" (image below) does contain the basic strokes but it's as useful for handwriting practice as writing out the alphabet in alphabetic based languages. Good for learning the basics but not practical once you start writing out fully qualified sentences.
"Thousand Character Classic" was another piece I found but it's impractical to use as there is no way I can memorize
Lastly I found the question "How to improve my Chinese writing" to be very useful but only to the extent of how to critic ones own handwriting not so much on what to write out to review
To qualify the difference between basic and complex strokes below is picture of the Unicode CJK standard for strokes