India ink on Moleskine.
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Drawing based on the poem “O chão é cama”, by Carlos Drummond de Andrade. It’s very beautiful!
India ink, pastels, charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, collage and spray on handmade notebook.
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Rock Band drum set. Brush and ink (brown, red, and black) in watercolor Moleskine sketchbook. Color accents in colored roller pen.
Does anyone have a good trick for taking a bottle of India ink with you outdoors without worrying about spilling everywhere? Some kind of stand, holder or tray?
I have three roommates. Between the four of us, we have four vacuum cleaners in the house. This is the oldest, most interesting looking one. Brush and India ink.
Versailles Building, New Orleans.
My first post on here, and also the first page of my themed watercolor Moleskine, Exile: New Atlantis. This work will focus on the concept of exile from a personal, metaphorical, and narrative perspective. It will also draw from my experience as a New Orleanian in exile, post-hurricane Katrina, and the broader experience of being an outsider. This image-00 Rapidograph, Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Ink. The man in the rearview mirror is the face of an Art S. Buck anatomical model. The rest of the image is from my own photo reference.
My entry in my own book for Moleskine Exchange 64, the sequential art exchange. I used Winsor & Newton white ink, India ink and red gouache.
This is a close-up of my entry in my own book for Moly-X 50, part of the International Moleskine Exchange. I used Winsor & Newton India ink with a dip pen in a Japanese folding Moleskine.
To see the full drawing, please visit: http://moleskinex50.blogspot.com/
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This my first post. I’ve been following other artists for quite some time now, and finally decided to submit my own! Any comments are much appreciated!