Friday, October 13, 2006

Walk One Hundred and Seventy-One – Whoops, ran out of black

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Once again my lunch-time walk back and forth over Jersey Farm Woodland Park. I obviously used most of the black ink in my brush pen yesterday, but rather nice that it imposed a different look onto today’s picture. I also used grey again, but changed the colour in Photoshop, just for fun.

5 Comments:

Blogger Jana Bouc said...

The little tree standing all alone is glowing in the sun. Would you mind saying what waterbrushes and ink you use? I hadn't realized you could fill them with anything but water. It seems like I have to squeeze so hard to get any fluid out of mine so I mostly use them as convenient travel brushes with caps rather than actually use the water inside them.

5:35 pm  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

The black ink one is the first one I bought - a Pentel one which has permanent black ink cartridges. Then I have a few pentel water brushes in different sizes. I have filled a fatter one with the only black ink I have in the house - Quink ink - but that is water soluble so no good for adding colour later – I don't know how the water brushes would cope with permanent ink.

9:21 pm  
Blogger Alison said...

This looks quite Chinese. Imust try out my water brushes a bit more.

5:03 am  
Blogger Penny said...

I agree with Alison, quite oriental in your brushwork. What fun to change your colour on the computer. Obviously water brushes have more uses than I thought.

7:50 am  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Waterbrushes are just great out in the field - definitely inferior to good sable, but so handy that you can paint wher normally it would be to much of a pain in he neck.

11:06 pm  

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