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    painting kanji

    does somebody here has tryed to paint a kanjis or kana by hand? Which tools did you using, if yes? I got a brush and solid ink in some Chinese shop...but i`m not sure how to use it... The ink is pretty hard dissolving in the water

    Here is my first attempt:


    (Yeah I know it`s kana, not kanji )
    The bear looked at the car, and reflections of fire danced in his eyes. He knew what to do.

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    Re: painting kanji

    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    does somebody here has tryed to paint a kanjis or kana by hand?
    only with a felt-tip marker on a whiteboard
    I saw an interesting tool in a Chinese shop once: it was a white plastic board, and you could write on it with a wet brush, it produced quite nice black color, disappearing after a couple minutes. Should be a good thing to practice Kanji

    I think it's a nice first attempt, MOG-san would be more qualified to judge that though. One thing -- I think you got the last character on the right wrong.

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    yeah, i guess such board is cool... BTW i have used markers too, while learning kana. But if i could mastering brush and ink, i will paint large poster of A4 size, and will hang it on the wall in my room
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    Re: painting kanji

    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    I got a brush and solid ink in some Chinese shop...but i`m not sure how to use it... The ink is pretty hard dissolving in the water
    It is the same one that we use. It is pretty hard. I didn't like it when I practiced it in elementary school

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    А зачем на кистях нужна петелька? (for which purpose where is a stitch at the brush end?)

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    I don't know, sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST
    А зачем на кистях нужна петелька? (for which purpose where is a stitch at the brush end?)
    такое петельки кажется на хорошие кисти делают, а хорошие кисти ухода требую и часто их хранят в висячем положении (если ими часто пользуются; иначе помыли, высушили и в коробочку на полку). Особенно это удобно когда кистей несколько, чтобы в кучу не валились и всегда под рукой.

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    А в школе нам учили, что нельзя ее помыть, а то она трескается, и край кисти рассыпается, поэтому писать красиво будет невозможно. Не знаю, это правда или нет.

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