Boku-Undo Liquid Japanese Sumi-e Drawing Ink for Brush Painting

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Boku-Undo Liquid Japanese Sumi-e Drawing Ink for Brush Painting

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Boku-Undo Liquid Japanese Sumi Ink No. 31 Suibokuga Series for Brush Painting and Drawing

Color: Blue-ish Black / Provides a good range of grey tones

Made of Sumi paste ink from pine soot and synthetic glue.  It has a low level of salinity which is good for brush bristles.

Size: 100ml

This sumi is a very concentrated solution and not meant to be used straight from the bottle. It must be diluted with at least three parts water. This will give a range of transparent tones. Use water that is 68 degrees F/ 20 degrees C to make the best light tone of sumi color. Wait for a period of time after thinning for a more transparent tone.

This sumi cannot be mixed with stick ink.

Size: 100ml

 

Suiboku-ga / Sumi-e : A monochrome ink painting technique not to simply reproduce the appearance of the subject, but seeks to capture its soul!

Suiboku-ga, also called Sumi-e, reached its height in the Muromachi period (1338–1573) with such masters as Sesshū Tōyō, whose landscapes were uniquely Japanese, and Sesson Shūkei, who worked in the far northeast of Japan.

From : www.kusuyama.jp/blog/culture/suiboku-ga-sumi-e

 

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