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« on: February 25, 2005 10:39:17 AM »

my assignment for art class this week is to make figures (human forms) with japanese sumi ink. i have the ink and brush as well as a stick i sharpened to a point, but i missed class last week and don't know where to start! i know you incorporate water somehow, but i don't want to use too much water or too much ink--i only have a little bottle, and it's expensive stuff. i'll experiment a little bit, but if anyone can help me get started the right way, i would appreciate it. you'd be helping me with my homework!  Wink

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