|Brushes,generally called 'drawing brushes' ,
will be classified into twa groups.
One consists of those use for drawing pictures, and the other consists
of those used for character-writing.
For picture drawing, there are many different brushes used depending
on the purpose involved :
@Japanese painting, designing, oil-painting, dyeing, water color painting,
painting on lacquer-ware or
@earthenware and others. Character-writing brushes are to be used
only for writing.
Well, why are there so many kinds of burushes manufactured for these
|The first reason is that it is not possible to
draw or paint with every kind of paint medium
@using only one type of brush.
For instance, a picture cannot be drawn with a character writing-brush,
@the character-writing brushes are too soft to draw apicture,and they
ar normally used
@by only dipping the top half of the brush's hairs, when writing with
it. On the other hand,
@drawing brushes, are touger and used by dipping entire length of
the brush's hairs into
@the paint medium when using such brushes for drawing. Hence the different
uses and requirements of
@the brushse required completely different construction of brushes
@different construction of brush hair.
However, some drawing brushes, especially those used injapanese water-color
@can also be applied in character-writing.
the user requestsa apecial brush, we should like to know the
@things for use in burush selection.
@@@iAj@What kind of paint medium to be used?
@@@iBj@What is to be drawn whis the brush?
@@@iCj@What material will the c\drawing be applied to :
@@@@@@@@e.g.paper, cloth, wood, earthenware, e.t.c.?
So, we would appreciate it if you wold let us know your answers
to these 3 questions,
@so as to enable us to offer you brushes that exactly suit your
Plese note that the pictures of brushes in this catalig are
And we also have offer for your selection many tyape of brushes
other than those
@which appear in this satalog.