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  • in reply to: Inkstone cleaning #17836
    Disciplemolchansky.eyal
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    he’s got great art, i will read more about him
    and i also think that combining western and oriental art is beautiful, even though sometimes sticking with tradition can be wonderful too.

    in reply to: Inkstone cleaning #17808
    Disciplemolchansky.eyal
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    oh, wow i will read the interview, this is very interesting.
    it is hard to learn by myself, but i have no other options, at least i have some experience in western art.
    i really appreciate all the information you are sharing 🙂

    in reply to: Inkstick for sumi e #17794
    Disciplemolchansky.eyal
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    thank you so much for all the help and recommendations 🙂
    i will organize my shopping list and order

    in reply to: Inkstick for sumi e #17780
    Disciplemolchansky.eyal
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    i see,
    i am sorry that i have a lot of questions, but i have one more 🙂
    what is a good alternative to those 2 that doesn’t have turpentine? or are all inksticks has turpentine?
    (i am a bit allergic if i inhale it, in oil paintings i do not use turpentine at all).

    (again i am very sorry for so much questions).

    in reply to: Inkstick for sumi e #17752
    Disciplemolchansky.eyal
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    Hello LuoYan,

    thank you for the help,
    does the inkstick with the green tea have turpentine in it? is it glossy?
    also how is this inkstick as a less expensive option instead of the one with the green tea?:

    铁斋翁 Tie Zhai Weng Traditional Oil Soot Black Inkstick

    and thank you again!

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