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A little about Pen and Ink....
Pen and ink is done by tracing only the outline of a picture and then going to town with a RAPIDOGRAGH PEN, which is filled with India Ink and filling in with lines, scribbles and dots to make the picture come alive. When you are finished with the inking you give it a couple of coats of KRYLON MATTE SEALER and let it cure for a few days. Then using GRUMBACHER GEL, which is an artist's oil painting medium that makes oil colors transparent, mixed with oil paints, the color is rouged on. Once again a couple of coats of KRYLON MATTE SEALER.
The outline of this next image was purchased at a garage sale, so I am not sure who the original artist is. One of my best buds asked if I would put a pix of the painting that I am working on right now on my blog so she can see it. I do not have my friends talent in this area, but I find it very relaxing to do this. So here it is Deb.....
I will rouge this tomorrow and if it doesn't turn out to horribly I will share it with you next week. I wanted to learn how to do this so I could incorporate this into my paper crafting. Here is a couple of beginner attempts......
I have done some by increasing the size of an outline stamp and have made journals and small pictures with them.
Dolce Impressions formerly Dolce Stamps and Cards. This is a JustRite Stamp set called BIRD HOUSES. I inked it with a COPIC MULTILINER on vellum paper and coloured it with COPICS on the back side of the image. This breaks the rules of Copics as the ink will not blend on vellum. I adhered it to designer paper and scrunched the vellum in a few spots to make it look not quite so perfect.
This image is from a painting magazine and I tried to use Copics on Canvas in just the same way as the Vellum. Sorry for the bad crop job on the photo......
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