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1 X Magic Water Painting Paper
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- It is a perfect set for first calligraphy. Because you can write with water, it does not pollute hands and clothes, inside the house. It is not necessary to wash the brush and the ink stone with water after using it. Design examples and explanations are attached.
- Kuretake Co., Ltd. is a Japanese stationery manufacturer.
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Calligraphy paper that can be written with water (black, green, red, 1 piece each). You can practice about 1000 times by drying it. "Sumi", black Ink is used for calligraphy, and good ink can produce great works. It is said to have started from China Yin era before 1500 BC. The main ingredients of Sumi are composed of soot, glue and fragrance, and the main characteristics of Sumi depend on the kind of raw materials. By the difference in features, you can enjoy shades of color and luster, blur, etc. The size of Sumi is displayed in units of weight of Cho. In the case of Japanese ink, 1 Cho type is 15 g as a standard, 2 cho type is 30 g, 10 cho type is 150 g. In the case of Karatsu, 500 g is used as the standard, 250 g for 1/2 type, 63 g for 1/8 type. Raw materials of ink is soot (carbon powder), glue, perfume, and Solid ink is made by mixing and drying them. Ink of good quality is not just black, but also it has a taste of seven colors in black. And when it is polished, it smells good and it does not sound. Sumi can keep the beauty of characters forever to the hearts of people. Kuretake Co., Ltd. is a Japanese stationery manufacturer. It is a manufacturer known for ink for calligraphy, brushes and so on. In addition, Kuretake manufactures pens, glue, paper products such as letter paper etc. In recent years, Kuretake manufactures crafts and art supplies such as calligraphy, watercolor paintings and has expanded its business abroad, including the United States and Western Europe. Good products of Kuretake will give you new discoveries and pleasures to your work.
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I bought this 3 pack of water painting paper to create cheap Buddha Boards for my grandkids.
I spray glued them onto foam core - mainly to keep them from accidentally getting thrown out or used as scrap paper as these sheets don't look like anything special when they're dry.
Instead of using a paintbrush to dip into a container of water I also purchased some watercolour water brush pens from ebay. (Amazon didn't have any when I was looking anyway.) They're a brush on a water container so you don't have to keep dipping the brush into the water. Brilliant!
Search the following on ebay if you're looking to do the same."3pcs Pilot Ink Pen For Watercolor Water Brush Pen Calligraphy Painting Tool Set"
Anyway, for under $20 CDN I got 3 handmade buddha boards for the kids. They really enjoy using them when they come over. (They wanted to take them home but no. I keep the good toys here. Lol!)
Using nothing but water you can paint to your heart's content, without wasting large amounts of paper for throwaway content.
If you make something you want to keep you'll have to take a picture of it, since it'll soon be gone.
Included are three sheets of paper of different colours: grey (which is black when wet), red, and green. Also included is a folded paper with instructions for the basics of calligraphy, which are in japanese, and the stroke orders of both hiragana and katakana. There is a also a thicker piece of supporting paper.
The paper shows both thin and broad strokes very nicely, with the edges being crisp, though they do soften as the water dries. The time it takes for the paper to dry depends on the amount of water used, it's usually around 2-5 minutes. Pools of water can take around 8-16 minutes to dry. Use less water and spread the pools of water for the paper to dry quicker.
I have used mine for several weeks and have had no problems other than when the paper is left uncovered for long periods of time. Dust which lands on the paper gets stuck when wetted, which can be a little annoying to remove. But that does not detract from this otherwise excellent product which I recommend to just about anyone.