The Pen and Ink Experience – Mixing Methods

You must be logged in to access content on this page.

Mixing Methods

Learn More About This Course

ABOUT THIS COURSE

"The Pen and Ink Experience" is designed to provide beginner and intermediate artists with a complete learning experience on drawing with pen and ink through "easy to digest" modules consisting of video demonstrations and accompanying ebooks.

LEARN MORE

Description: A look at mixing application techniques (ink wash and pen) to create a looser, more expressive image.

Suggested Materials: Bottled ink (carbon black, pigment-based), nylon brushes, 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper, masking tape, "2H" graphite pencil, soft graphite pencil, Micron pen ("05"), white gel pen, kneaded eraser, water, paper towel

Photo Reference

Next Module: Conclusion


penandinkcourseimages

Every demo above is included.

BECOME A MEMBER

Join today and get this course as well as the other great courses, weekly Live Lessons, and lesson plans.

LEARN MORE


Comments

The Pen and Ink Experience – Mixing Methods — 4 Comments

  1. thanks matt, i have another quick problem….my new micron 05 is okay but i find it very thin,taking more strokes/time.
    it doesn’t seem to be doing the strokes you are demonstrating…..maybe it is me and the lack of experience with it…..
    however, i switched to a .03 and .07 and i feel better …i like the way my strokes feel and look….is this okay that i don’t follow with the 05???

Lesson Discussion