Sei inkstick ( Purplish black, For drawing postcards 絵手紙用墨・正 ) -

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** SIZE W:Width, L:Length, T:Thickness, Wgt:Weight

Size: 1 (W:23.6mm L:81.4mm T:9mm Wgt:29gram)

Sei inkstick ( Purplish black, For drawing postcards 絵手紙用墨・正 ) -

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Sei inkstick ( Purplish black, For drawing postcards 絵手紙用墨・正 ) -

1 (W:23.6mm L:81.4mm T:9mm Wgt:29gram)

Price
¥4,400JPY
1 (W:23.6mm L:81.4mm T:9mm Wgt:29gram)

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** SIZE W:Width, L:Length, T:Thickness, Wgt:Weight

This ink stick is made from the rapseed oil smoke. 

The light color of the ink is a vivid, bright purplish.

It is suitable for drawing postcards.

正( Sei : Straight ) 

 


Usage

by Ms. Eva Tsang from Hong Kong

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Eva tsang
amazing ripe plum colour tone

The inkstick with an amazing ripe plum colour tone, it could makes with fresh plum colour tones if mixed with red colour.
这款墨水笔带有令人惊叹的成熟梅子色调,如果与红色混合,还能营造出清新的梅子色调。

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