This is a product suitable for all ages, from as soon as a toddler can grasp a brush, to those of us who are losing their grasp. Unlike children's water painting books, this kind of paper seems to keep children involved over a considerable time. It permits variations of results, as opposed to just changing the color of the paper. (Be careful not to use anything but clear water. Water colors will ruin it. )
For adults, the uses seem endless. In my experience, the principal value of this paper for beginners is that the paper enables the user to let loose with arm motion without fear of having left a permanent trace of one's ineptitude. Ink on paper seems to come more easily after warming up with this. Try out different shapes of brushes for different effects.
I do not know the Japanese name of this "Magic Paper." Could someone enlighten me?
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