1.1.11 In Manhattan. Ink and couple of Inktense pencils in Moleskine A4.
this is stunning! so filled with atmosphere.. delicate… lots of depth. It looks like a age from a beautiful storybook! Which Inktense colors are you using, Nikira?
2 more things I really like: the restrained use of color, and your people are excellent! good job!
Thank you very much, Margie! I used mixed ink, I mixed myself from Sepia and Dr Zhivago(Noodler’s) and here 3 Inktense pencils: yellow, red, blue. I add crumbled note here with writing( Rotring pen) for remembering the day. I used puddles on plastic lid from soup container from Inktense pencils, so I can control it.
I agree with Margie, this is great work.
The people give this a real sense of dynamism and your trees are “chust braw”
Thank you, Boofredlay and Bob. What is”chust braw”? Google refers to chest bra.
Oh dear. Bad Google. In Scotland especially in the Western Islands, folks speak with a softer tongue. This gives the impression of a slower pace of life. “Just Braw” would be pronounced “Chust Braw” – braw is our word for “Nice” eg Its a braw day the day – “Its a nice day today”. We will have to work on your Scottish pronunciation otherwise you will be really lost when you visit. This is basic stuff. For homework, to take you to the next level, find out what a father said to his son who was going to the bakers. He asked the lad to bring him back some food. He said he wanted, “Twa peysn’ pees and a ingin ane ana’” Answer correctly for a superb prize.
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