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Ink painting – Koi around 2

Continuation to my ‘Koi around’ theme paintings, this time I was conveniently inspired to take action due to a course assignment that fit my old theme. So for course we needed to do a painting where circle is kind of the ruling form around which the painting should be done, while also considering different mathematical

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Ink studies – Croquis

We did some croquis at class in previous weekend. We used inks, which was a quite nice change from pencils or charcoal, for the life drawing task. I have not done much of, nor practiced croquis, with live models or from photos, so my approach is not the best. I quickly sketch the form, try

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Ink studies – Music and art

Another recent study assignment. Topic was music and art, and the task was to do a painting in ink, based on this classical piece: Khatia Buniatishvili – Chopin Ballade No. 4 In F Minor, Op. 52 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue1pw00KYm8 This was quite beautiful 🥰I listened to it many times first to get some idea what to paint

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Ink studies – still life

This time post on quite many different ink studies made during Fall drawing course. I have not felt like painting otherwise, thus I’ve mainly managed to do some simple studies and no ‘serious’ paintings at all. In drawing class we now shifted from pencils/charcoals/pastels (which ever was used) into ink practices. Earlier we did some

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Ink painting – Koi Around

Ink painting, Koi Around

So here it is, my little fishy fishy painting! Main focus and inspiration for the piece was colors, complementary colors and color vibration. However, in the end the colors shifted quite a bit around the complementaries (orange, blue). I made the painting using mainly Rohrer & Klingner calligraphy inks (https://www.rohrer-klingner.de/?page_id=1035&lang=en) and later I added some

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