This exploration of marks and lines in Indian ink includes
BY BEA MARTIN
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.
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