Cup of tea in ink and Kuretake and how it turns to be OK.
As usual – great stuff. I particularly like the way you portray the metal knife – it colour that is.
Good to see you working again in the style we have come to know and love most. BTW did you blast some of these background colors with a shot of compressed air? (fun)
Thank you very much, Bob, I was trying to emphasize the sun, darks and lights.
Thank you, Greyseal. You absolutely right, thinking what else I can use for it, something more permanent? Air brush? compressor, some portable thing? I love experimenting; before moving to a new place I used something from the can, which made ink slide in a weird way, lost it and don’t remember the name.
It ( the can air) was probably called “dust off” and it is sold in Office Depot stores. We use it on our computer components, and key-boards. It spreads paint puddles exactly as shown in this marvelous work.
Yes, Greyseal, “Dust Off” I used and looking for something more manageable, any advice?
Drinking straw? I also liked what I got with an ear cleansing rubber bulb too. However, the best fun was with the canned air product. lol.
Thank you very much, Larry. Klizma! The best advice.
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