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Monday, 14 August 2017

Black Ink - Line Drawing - Traditional Illustration

Some of my latest work, made with black ink. My favourite thing might be a tight black line against a loose one. I use Liquitex acrylic ink in Carbon Black. I find if it's laid on heavy it dries really shiny and opaque. The way it should be, in my opinion.


A fairly demonic David Lynch.



Roy Orbison. What a champ.



Pansies, pansies, everywhere.




Howling!



A sulky young Elvis.

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