Inked Figures

Since it’s #inktober, I attempted to use only inks for life drawing. Well, except for one-minute gestures where I used charcoal: something about smooshing very soft charcoal into newsprint helps me warm up better than any other medium. Here are the ink drawings.

Chinese ink, bamboo pen, and brush. inktober_extra_week1d

On the left, acrylic ink on cheap paper. On the right, almost-blind-contour bamboo and ink on paper.

This one is in acrylic ink. I drew with the droppers. The only bit that uses a brush is the blue hair.

On the left, chinese ink, brush, bamboo pen. I just love how India ink and Chinese ink disperse when water hits them.

Are you deep in #inktober? Doing a few? Thinking of doing some? Do it, it all counts!

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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3 Responses to Inked Figures

  1. pfelelep says:

    Great artworks. I know how ink is a difficult technic. Thank you for sharing!

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  2. kimbidraws says:

    I love these ink drawings! I’m trying to keep up with inktober close to the 1/2 mark!

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  3. Very good figure drawings, I really like the third one from the top, with the yellow background, and gestural marks.

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