This is for a show later this month featuring a wide range of artists and mediums all attempting to interpret the word ‘SKY’. I’ve used Parker Quink ink, fully utilising its’ chromatography. Highlights created with […]
Just as a quick breather from the ink testing I have been looking at medieval wood block prints and cobbled together a mermaid. The Quink and bleach technique really does give that hand carved feel to the illustration. […]
I have been a fan of Michael Leunig for many years. Just love his style. I was looking at one of his books the other evening and just started doodling. I didn’t want to just […]
One of my favourite images from a truly wonderful album, Transformer. The Parker black and red inks just blend beautifully and their reaction with the bleach is always pure gold. I just hope it does […]
Lemmy was as much a collection of myths and legends as a man. In the popular imagination, he was made up of equal parts Jack Daniel’s, amphetamine sulphate, Nazi memorabilia and extreme-velocity noise. The myths and legends cloak […]
Parker Quink Black blend with Shaeffer Skrip Brown with bleach lettering.
Having made contact with Tom Oddo (Goldspot) thought I’d do a quick ink review of Skrip Black – an ink I haven’t used in a long while. As you can see, it works beautifully when blended […]
One of the most wonderful things about long distance cycling through the countryside, is witnessing nature at first hand. This is a quick (Quink) sketch of a sheep. It didn’t move for ages. I think it was day dreaming. Or […]