#inktober2022

I drew again in my small sketchbook Canson art book universal (14×21 cm / 4x6 in), using individually or together a black Pentel brushpen, Kuretake fudegokochi black pen, Sakura Pigma Micron 003 black fine liner (very very fine), Kuretake light grey Brush Writer, and a white brush pen which doesn’t work too well anymore. For... Continue Reading →

Art: Japanese river scene

I tested acrylic gouache. They are similar to regular gouache except that they dry much quicker and once they’re dry they can’t mix anymore. It’s both an advantage and a challenge! An advantage because you can layer other colours without any smearing. A challenge because the error margin is much narrower: if you don’t get... Continue Reading →

Art: cormorant fishing

Tonight’s artwork, framed in white: Cormorant fishing. Somewhere in China. Near a blossom-laden old tree. There are hills rising from the mist, and a temple sits at the top of a hill, under a big red sun. Black, grey, pink and red brushpens, water brush, on watercolour Montval Canson paper. 10x15 cm (4x6 in.)

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