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Pen and ink doodle, not finished yet.
preacher, pen ink, angel, tattoo, monk, jester, doodle, conscience
Excellent !! x
Thank you :)))))
– Glen Viljoen
Thanks Dave :)
This is wonderful.
Thank you Ron
i have a question about your way or pen and ink??? Do you us a pen, that you buy from stores being (fine point,ball point,ect…)or do you us the classic way?
It’s relative I guess… I like the idea that every implement or medium you use brings it’s own character to your image. It’s just adapting or working with it to bring out your desired effect. I like the way a ballpoint pen has an erratic bit of bleed at the beginning of most strokes. Kind of unpredictable. Kind of similar to the classic ink nib without scratching through the paper fibers. But if it’s a precise line I’m looking for, rotring pens are the way to go for me. The ink is also more stable on the paper. I guess it’s just the look you are after or style you are trying to achieve?
Very cool artwork Glen ~ congrats on your feature!
for where it’s at already this is great!! lovin’ it!!
Thanks everyone. Appreciate it very much:)))
Like this alot Glen.Amazing detail inthis piece.The evil jester is my favorite.
Thank you :)
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