Iroshizuku Kiri-Same

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6 thoughts on “Iroshizuku Kiri-Same

  1. Shangching, I think it is a great ink and I love your handwriting. Maybe I liked the ink, because of your handwriting :)You know I have MB oyster grey and I feel like writing with a wet pencil when I use it with a wet Medium or Broad. Have you tried it any nibs other than italic?

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  2. I usually don't like gray and I am very glad that Gentian sent me a sample of it, so I can appreciate it. The wider nib of course helps bring out the shading, but I only wish that it is as stable as Sailor ink that works on almost all types of paper.

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  3. Thank you for your sweet compliment. The ink is very pretty on its own right, and my writing has improved ever since I practice more often. It still has lots of room for improvement though :)I wonder about using the ink with a finer nib. I will try it out tonight and let you know.

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  4. What I did is that I consulted a book I have on italic first, and practiced off that. When I become more familiar and comfortable, I start to add my own elements into my writing. Usually practicing with some form of grid paper helps because it provides some rubric and guide. The book I have is very basic, but straight forward. If you would like to see a page or two, I don't mind scanning it for you.

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