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Old 08-30-2007, 06:34 PM
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Pen and Ink with Oils

I finish this last week, it have been wip for 6 months now, but I wanted to get finish every ufo (unfinish objects) that I have.
This is on canvas 11x14. C & C welcome. Lourdes.
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Old 08-31-2007, 04:49 AM
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Re: Pen and Ink with Oils

A very beautiful scene

Did you find using the ink over oils difficult? It's something I haven't tried.
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Re: Pen and Ink with Oils

Lourdes, this is just so beautiful... congrats of finishing it
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Very pretty work, and congrats on finishing it!
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Re: Pen and Ink with Oils

nice work! I wouldn't have thought that pen and ink would work with oils but there you go!! anything is possible.
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Very nice and creative!!! Never would have thought ink and oils would work; very impressive!
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Re: Pen and Ink with Oils

This would make a wonderful Christmas card. Did you join the project? Your work is just beautiful. Did you stipple, cross hatch, line drawing or a bit of all of the above with the ink?
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Old 09-02-2007, 03:27 AM
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Re: Pen and Ink with Oils

Thanks for all the nice comments, that was a class I took in February of this year, I wanted to learn the technique, and actually it is quite easy, first you do all the inking, then you spray it, then with the line brush you laid the color, then with the oil transparent medium you move the color, and finally with a piece of material you take off the excess.
Clear as mud? LOL
If you want to know how the instructions go, let me know and I will look for the lesson.
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