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Old 03-22-2006, 07:02 PM
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Re: Basic 101: Class 29 - Pen & Ink drawing

Thank you for that link!!! Can´t wait to try!
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Dave has 3 other tutorials over there in Pen and Ink too.
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Dave--this is so helpful--just have done a bit in pen and ink with w/c wash and love the combo--this is really great material for the summer--I am delighted to have found it. Many many thanks.

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Hi, I attempted these sketches (with pen and ink) of trees using a fine felt tipped pen I already had. This was certainly a different technique to the other lessons. Doing it in my sketch pad it bled through onto the back though. Perhaps if I purchased the rapidograph pen as was suggested these efforts would look better?
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Lyn - Looks very good . Only one remark: with pencils there is a general tendency to stay too light. With P&I it is the opposite, it is difficult to keep nice mid tones. Pens with a finer tip will help.
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Perhaps if I purchased the rapidograph pen as was suggested these efforts would look better?
All kinds of pens work very well in this class, even old-fashioned dip pens, or ball pens.
Stippling (next class) is very difficult / tiring without the technical pens. But unless you intend to draw regularly with P&I, I'd advice against purchasing the expensive technical pens. When unused for some time they will clog, even when reasonably thoroughly cleaned .
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Thanks Arnoud. Onto another class now.
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