He Dips A Paintbush In Water. Now Watch What He Does Next …I’ve Never Seen Anything Like It

This ancient Japanese technique is called Suminagashi (literal translation: ink-floating). It originated in China over 2,000 years ago and it involves painting on plain water or other similar viscous solutions and then transferring it to an absorbent surface such as paper or fabric.

This technique takes a lot of time and patience to master, but the end result is absolutely mesmerizing.

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