The board readily absorbs water from the included brush, allowing the creation of spontaneous and temporary designs that gradually vanish as the water evaporates. Use more water for darker strokes, less for shades of grey. Water should be room temperature, greasy hands should avoid touching the board. Your brushwork will not be permanent, but a quick photo can capture what was done for replication later on paper with ink. The ease of use will inspire to get out your inks eventually and use what you have learned on this, No cleanup to worry about. Simply dump the water out of the base tray, dry it off, dry brush a bit and shape it, put cap on brush and you are done.
Fun art toy for ALL AGES! A great activity for friends and family gathering everyone to enjoy and have a lot of fun!
Simply dip brush pen in water and draw whatever in your mind on the board surface. Water on the board looks like black ink and as it dries the board is once again white!
In a moment your art creation appears, you enjoy it, then a minutes later, it disappears and you create a new masterpiece.It brings out the creation as a fleeting, non-permanent process in which the most important element is the gesture instead of a “finished” product. The gentle fading of whatever you have created is as much fun as the creating itself.
An effective way to practice Chinese and Japanese brush painting strokes and calligraphy. No need to roll out or use sheet after sheet of paper. Just paint on this magical board and practice all you want.
Clean, easy to pack and no mass;make sure don’t accidentally touch the board with fingers;no scratching; oil messes it up.