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 […]
I frequently receive messages like this: “I’ve seen a bunch of your ink tests over the months and one thing I’m unclear on is – how do we use these for our ink selection? Does […]
Quink black freeform blend onto 300gsm Saunders watercolour paper with bleach and ink illustration and lettering. Using lyrics by Depeche Mode this is a wonderfully self indulgent journey into the dark side. Seven pieces in total for the […]
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.
This triptych was created using Scheaffer black, brown, red and turquoise inks with the calligraphy and marks made with bleach and bleed proof using a zebra G nib in a dip pen.