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- Mizu-Bake (water brush for consistent dampening)
- Sosaku-Hake 24mm (large stencil brush)
- Sosaku-Hake 15mm (small stencil brush)
- Hakobi ( pigment transfer brush)
- Plastic baren 120mm
- Five knife set with denim case
- Vellum paper (A5 x 2)
- Carbon paper (A5 X 2)
- Nori (100g)
- Sumi ink (2 0z) (60 cc)
- Watercolor set
- Shina plywood 18cm x 11cm (2)
- Tiny clear ruler approx 20cm
- Antislip mat
- Japanese paper sample pack (20)
- Image design guide
- Mokuhanga registration guides
- Wash the hairs of the brush with cold water. If using the brush for a watercolor wash, rinse immediately after use to best prevent staining.
- Let the water drain by placing the brush flat on the countertop with hairs over the sink.
- Hang your brush with the head (hairs side) down and let dry in the shade
Shina Plywood Care
- Before carving, sand the surface of the block with sandpaper (800/1200 grit). Do not sand the surface once you begin carving the block.
- Store flat to prevent warping once you carve and rinse your block.
- Wash with warm water and a tiny amount of soap when cleaning your block.