Tart Thief – Test Piece
Posted 5 years ago and submitted by Pete Underhill | Share link: http://illo.cc/35257

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I have a book project in the next few months where the illustrations need a subdued palette. I found diluting my regular black ink compromises the permanence of the art with the ink fading within a couple of years. Not a problem for publication, but if the art is to be displayed long term, not so good. This is a test using FW Burnt Umber ink with watercolour washes. I’m pleased with how the inking doesn’t overpower the colour and am looking forward to tackling the full project.



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