Posted on 3 Comments

Inkston Forums and Rewards Scheme

Did you know you now get reward points just for asking a question or making a comment on Inkston!

To celebrate the opening of the Inkston Community site we are now issuing rewards to thank you for contributing to the discussions with your questions, answers, tips and advice.

The reward is in the form a quest, progressing through levels Student, Apprentice, Disciple, Scholar, Master, Sage, Grand Master, with prizes for each level.

How it works

  • Points are earned by making comments on the Forums or anywhere on the site.
  • Award levels are won by earning certain number of points.  The levels have different prizes.

To find out the prize for an award level,  in the shopping basket, enter the Award name as a coupon code box and the details will be revealed.

For more information and your current score see the Points and Award pages.

Questions?

Any Questions?   Why not ask us on the Forums – you get points for that too!

Rules

  • All comments and product reviews are eligible for points.
  • There are bonus points for some extra actions like customising your profile.
  • Only approved posts count for points:  approval is normally automatic but comments can be unapproved and points revoked in the case of abuse of the system.

 

Posted on 3 Comments

18 thoughts on “Xuan Brushes for Chinese Brush painting and calligraphy

  1. […] Chinese brushes are very particular with thick brush body and fine point allowing the artist to combine a variety of detail strokes and wide brushing.  Xuan brushes are often mentioned with Xuan paper as one of the most famous and expensive brush types in China, they were invented around 2,000 years ago and were sent as tribute to the royal courts since the Tang dynasty. […]

  2. […] Art and Calligraphy materials from Anhui province: hand-crafted Paper, Brushes, ink and ink-stones for calligraphy and chinese painting, together forming the four treasures of […]

  3. […] kinds of brushes. For example, some brushes are made with wolf hair [actually weasel – see explanation on brush materials] , some with rabbit hair. Different sizes and types are suitable for different painting […]

  4. […] stick is rubbed on an inkstone and mixed with water as needed.  Freshly mixed ink is used with a Chinese brush with a thick body and a fine tip to produce the whole variety of textures seen in Chinese […]

  5. […] brushes on this site are all handmade Xuan brushes from traditional workshop in Anhui – see our Xuan brush article.  This article explains the range currently […]

  6. […] Chinese brushes are very particular with thick brush body and fine point allowing the artist to combine a variety of detail strokes and wide brushing.  Xuan brushes are often mentioned with Xuan paper as one of the most famous and expensive brush types in China, they were invented around 2,000 years ago and were sent as tribute to the imperial courts since the Tang dynasty. […]

  7. […] stick is rubbed on an inkstone and mixed with water as needed.  Freshly mixed ink is used with a Chinese brush with a thick body and a fine tip to produce the whole variety of textures seen in Chinese art. […]

  8. […] Read more here about the hair types and their confusing English names. […]

  9. C’est un comme celui qui est à poil long que je recherche

  10. Quelle est la réfèrence de la brosse à poils très longs svp

    1. Liliane Berthelet Tourtaud S’il vous plaît référer à ces pinceaux: https://www.inkston.com/fr/?s=%22point+long%22

  11. cant wait to see these …love a long bristle brush

    1. Thank David! They are already for sale and stocked in different countries. 🙂

  12. […] Lesen Sie bitte mehr über die Haartypen und ihre verwirrend englischen Namen. […]

Leave a Reply