China Ink.

   Another media I find to be wonderful to work with, is the China Ink. It’s neat and you have total control of the brush. You can end up with beautiful strokes with different thickness and opacity. During our drawing class, we were asked to draw portraits and human bodies using ink.
   I had recently been introduced to the work of XXth century Austrian painter Egon Schiele and decided to use him as an inspiration. His paintings are wonderful: so rough, angry. I will post one of the drawings I made and in a different article will add more. 


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