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    I don't know if anybody else likes it but japanese art is fantastic i mean the detail they put in all their pictures is phenomanal
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    I love Sumi-e Ink paintings. They're phenomenal, so much detail are put into them with such finesse it's unnerving.

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    I know the passion they put behind every painting makes me wish i could draw like that
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    Those woodblock prints made by Hiroshige and Hokusai sure are detailed. I went to a exposition of Hokusai's work in Paris this summer and I had to whip out the good old magnifying glass multiple times. The detail is just out of this world.

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    japanese is amazing and will always be no other form can even compare

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    I think Japanese art is awesome, i mean when i do it, it's okay... so it's like you can work your way up to it like the professionals, or you can just give up after the first try.

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    I think Japanese art is really good. It's amazing how simple, yet complicated their paintings are.

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    Re: Japanese art

    ^-^ Japanese art is an wonderful art and very amazing , there is many life in the Japanese art .. you just like to look at it and see all the styles and all the kind of pics that the Japanese art hold XD ... =^_^=
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