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.
Chinese character drawn with calligraphy brush blending Waterman Purple, Quink Red and Quink Black with flicks of concentrated Domestos for extra effect.
Domestos on a Quink black and Waterman Southsea blue blend. Beautiful colours and the bleach gives a great neon effect.
A very quick ink test using Waterman Red, Waterman Green and Waterman Florida Blue, Skrip Black and Domestos. Testing for blending qualities with each other and reaction with bleach. Whether for painting, calligraphy or zentangle doodles… what’s not […]
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 […]