When practicing Chinese calligraphy, what is the name of the stone or paper where water is used like ink?

And when the water dries no marks are left?

There is a common commercial paper called Buddha Board that is water activated and works quite well, they are also known as Zen Boards. The paper used can be bought for a lower price and is commonly known as some variant of "magic paper" or "magic water (painting) paper".

I hope that helps!

One Response to “When practicing Chinese calligraphy, what is the name of the stone or paper where water is used like ink?”

  1. Alsko Flynt says:

    There is a common commercial paper called Buddha Board that is water activated and works quite well, they are also known as Zen Boards. The paper used can be bought for a lower price and is commonly known as some variant of "magic paper" or "magic water (painting) paper".

    I hope that helps!
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