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  • When he's not writing, Chris enjoys ocean kayaking, scuba diving, photography, and sumi-e ink painting.

    Christopher Moore biography

  • Game producer Yoshinori Ono explained to Buzzine that the artistic influence came from a Japanese style of painting called sumi-e, which uses only black ink.

    Buzzine » Street Fighter IV Launch Party

  • I picked that up from the blog Valley Zen, the work of a Silicon Valley venture capital pioneer partnered with a sumi-e artist, which last week posted two inaugural interviews with Alltop founder Guy Kawasaki.

    Tim Berry: Guy Kawasaki's Alltop: RSS Zen

  • In addition, Wyland will create a Japanese brush art, or sumi-e, painting live on stage before auctioning the art pieces to the highest bidder.

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  • When he's not writing, he enjoys ocean kayaking, scuba diving, photography and sumi-e ink painting.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • I must have went through every drawing tool in Corel Painter before stumbling on a very nice digital sumi-e brush.

    Destructoid

  • Kara Patterson Words of Art: Appleton sumi-e artist puts paintbrush in motion

    The Appleton Post-Crescent Latest Headlines

  • In a dance-work that seems so much be about ephemeral pattern and pursuit, painter Howard Hodgkin's mostly monochrome scenic designs - huge brush strokes like something out of sumi-e calligraphy - are a perfect fit.

    The Seattle Times

  • She showed a great talent for painting and after a long apprenticeship was allowed to work as a sumi-e painter and assistant in a museum.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • So you can make Street Fighter IV a watercolor style, a posterization style, or a sumi-e ink style.

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