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"rain machine", drawing on paper, india ink pen, 21 x 30 cm, ©matthias hennig 2013 #hennig #hennigdesign #black #indiaink #ink #cloud #rain #machine

"rain machine", drawing on paper, india ink pen, 21 x 30 cm, ©matthias hennig 2013 #hennig #hennigdesign #black #indiaink #ink #cloud #rain #machine

large horse art, Canada;  Jennifer Mack,  jennifer@jmackfineart.com,  "BLACKIE" 72x24 India Ink on Canvas SOLD

large horse art, Canada; Jennifer Mack, jennifer@jmackfineart.com, "BLACKIE" 72x24 India Ink on Canvas SOLD

Horse art Shasta By jennifer mack 72"x24" India Ink on Canvas SOLD www.jmackfineart.com

Horse art Shasta By jennifer mack 72"x24" India Ink on Canvas SOLD www.jmackfineart.com

by Debbie Davis ~ “Cotton Candy” was created on a canvas using acrylic paint for the first layer; then spread paste with a palette knife; stamped into it with bubble wrap for texture.  After paste dried, added  scribbled on  Caran D’Ache watercolor crayons &used a wet brush to paint out areas. Scribbled on a bit of India ink to bring it to together.

Cotton Candy

by Debbie Davis ~ “Cotton Candy” was created on a canvas using acrylic paint for the first layer; then spread paste with a palette knife; stamped into it with bubble wrap for texture. After paste dried, added scribbled on Caran D’Ache watercolor crayons &used a wet brush to paint out areas. Scribbled on a bit of India ink to bring it to together.

"perfect morning", #Zeichnung #Pigmenttusche (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) auf #Hahnemühle #Papier "Nostalgie", 190 g/m2 21 x 29,7 cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017    "perfect morning", #india #ink #drawing (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) on Hahnemühle #paper "Nostalgie",190 g/sqm 21 x 29,7cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 #myStaedtler #hennigdesign #artwork #whatdoyouthinkabout #iwantmore

"perfect morning", #Zeichnung #Pigmenttusche (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) auf #Hahnemühle #Papier "Nostalgie", 190 g/m2 21 x 29,7 cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 "perfect morning", #india #ink #drawing (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) on Hahnemühle #paper "Nostalgie",190 g/sqm 21 x 29,7cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 #myStaedtler #hennigdesign #artwork #whatdoyouthinkabout #iwantmore

Shinichi Maruyama hurls black India ink into water (or visa versa) and photographs the millisecond that these two liquids collide. Capable of capturing this phenomenon at a 7,500th of a second, Maruyama takes full advantage of a recent advancement in strobe light technology which can record physical events faster than the naked eye can perceive them.

Shinichi Maruyama hurls black India ink into water (or visa versa) and photographs the millisecond that these two liquids collide. Capable of capturing this phenomenon at a 7,500th of a second, Maruyama takes full advantage of a recent advancement in strobe light technology which can record physical events faster than the naked eye can perceive them.

cherry blossoms, watercolor experiments, india ink, china...I like the combination of the magenta with the other brighter hues, then fading away

cherry blossoms, watercolor experiments, india ink, china...I like the combination of the magenta with the other brighter hues, then fading away

"sunday islands", #Zeichnung #Pigmenttusche (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) auf #Hahnemühle #Papier "Nostalgie", 190 g/m2 21 x 29,7 cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017    "sunday islands", #india #ink #drawing (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) on Hahnemühle #paper "Nostalgie",190 g/sqm 21 x 29,7cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 #myStaedtler #hennigdesign #artwork #whatdoyouthinkabout #iwantmore

"sunday islands", #Zeichnung #Pigmenttusche (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) auf #Hahnemühle #Papier "Nostalgie", 190 g/m2 21 x 29,7 cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 "sunday islands", #india #ink #drawing (Staedtler Pigment Fineliner) on Hahnemühle #paper "Nostalgie",190 g/sqm 21 x 29,7cm, © #matthias #hennig 2017 #myStaedtler #hennigdesign #artwork #whatdoyouthinkabout #iwantmore

You begin with a very abstract watercolor and after it has dried you go back with India ink and a bamboo skewer and create flowers out of the watercolor splots (sorry, couldn't think of a better word.)

You begin with a very abstract watercolor and after it has dried you go back with India ink and a bamboo skewer and create flowers out of the watercolor splots (sorry, couldn't think of a better word.)

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