Exploration of marks and lines in Indian ink

Exploration of marks and lines in Indian ink

This exploration of marks and lines in Indian ink includes

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BY BEA MARTIN

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fountain pen at different speeds and with different sides of the nib, a blunt metal tool, brushes of different thicknesses and shapes, a roller, a comb spatula, a pencil end, and, finally, the lid of the ink pot.

1 Fountain pen, normal speed
2 Fountain pen, very slow
3 Fountain pen, fast with very little ink
4 Fountain pen, reverse of nib
5 Blunt metal tool
6 Blunt metal tool with less ink
7 Thick paint brush
8 Thin paint brush
9 Thin paint brush, less ink
10 Thick paint brush on side
11 Rubber roller
12 Rubber roller, less ink
13 Comb spatula
14 Blunt end of spatula
15 End of a pencil
16 Lid of ink pot

 

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