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This page covers the second week from June 14 until June 20, 2006.
"The kentoh is a simple device which insures the correct alignment of the image throughout the printing process. Kagi-Kento or corner (A) and Hikituke-kento or side (B)."
"After having completed the rough carving the woodblock is moistened with water to flatten any slight dents."
"Oil-based ink is applied on the key block with a roller. (to make the actual lines clear)."
"It took 11 days to finish the rough carving this time."
"After the rough carving all of the lines are 3 or more times thicker than they should be. The goal is to make every line thinner and smoother."
"Comparison of the carved lines before (A) and after (B) the middle carving step."
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3 items by Ryusei Okamoto in current auction Japanese Prints - Popular Magazines in Meiji - 1109.