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    PEN AND INK DRAWING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES : How to draw with pen and ink

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    Drawing in Pen and Ink and How to Handle Your Pen Correctly

    Drawing in Pen and Ink and How to Handle Your Pen Correctly

    Now comes the time for starting the first actual work in pen drawing; work of the very simplest sort, designed to give one an acquaintance with his instruments and to provide for him a logical starting point from which to advance gradually and consistently, as broader perception and increased manual dexterity are gained.

    Drawing in Pen and Ink : Techniques for Pen Drawing

    Drawing in Pen and Ink : Techniques for Pen Drawing

    The technique of the pen is vastly different from that of any other tool the artists use, and the work done with a pen is consequently very unique. By nature it is a much harsher and a less flexible instrument than either the pencil or the brush, even though pens have come a long way. A pen drawing has a distinct individuality, no matter what kind of a technique is used, fundamentally because of the manner of getting the various tones and shadows, which is different from that in the other mediums generally used.

    How to Use Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques Lesson

    How to Use Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques Lesson

    Beginners are sometimes afraid to draw with pen and ink because ink lines seem so definite and permanent. Once you realize that you can erase ink lines just as you can erase pencil lines, you will draw with more courage.

    Pen and Ink Techniques

    Pen and Ink Techniques

    As a rule it is customary for the beginner to work in tones, or masses, because they are approximately nearer to what he sees than a line effect would be. Learn some really neat pen and ink techniques with the following article.

    Splatter of Ink Effects

    Splatter of Ink Effects

    A very effective background may be made by intro. ducing spatter work, the treatment of which I will describe, viz : First outline your drawing with ink, allow it to dry, then cover with paper the parts you wish to protect, and leave the parts to be spattered exposed. Use a clean tooth-brush. Swab a little ink into the bristles, then shove the brush across a stick or case knife.

    Drawing a Brick Wall in Pen, Ink and Wash

    Drawing a Brick Wall in Pen, Ink and Wash

    In this very rough example, scribbly broken line, suggests the verticals and horizontals of stonework. The trick is not to make any lines too long and to draw corner areas. Concentrate texture in dark areas and use more detail in the foreground. Variations in the ink wash can also be used to suggest variations in tonal value between areas of brick and stone.

    Drawing Trees in Pen and Ink Techniques

    Drawing Trees in Pen and Ink Techniques

    For this tutorial I will be drawing mostly Maples, Oaks, and two different species of Pines. The main focus will be on the large, left foreground, Maple in the "Gilbert Home" portrait.

    Dark Art : Drawing a Dead Rat in Pen and Ink

    Dark Art : Drawing a Dead Rat in Pen and Ink

    Socar lives in Vancouver, and her passion for rats can be seen in many of her intricate and imaginative drawings. This dark art lesson, depicts a small dead rat being sucked into a carnivorous hedgerow.

    Five Reasons to Draw with Pen and Ink on Paper (and sometimes big)

    Five Reasons to Draw with Pen and Ink on Paper (and sometimes big)

    Now that computers and the internet have overtaken the world I sometimes fear that a lot of the traditional things that we take for granted will slowly begin to disappear. It may be an irrational fear as the internet has also brought to light amazing factions of creators in different pockets of the globe.

    How to Ink a Drawing

    How to Ink a Drawing

    You're finally done with a sketch, but it's a little too insubstantial. No problem! With this article you can take your drawings to the next level using pens, brushes, and markers.

    Inking Tutorial, Pen and Ink Demonstration

    Inking Tutorial, Pen and Ink Demonstration

    Tom Richmond is a cartoonist and humorous illustrator who draws for MAD Magazine alongside occupying himself with many freelance projects. Tom generously shares his expert knowledge with this detailed tutorial showing how you can get the best out of inking your pencil drawings.

    Making a Squirrel in Pen and Ink - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

    Making a Squirrel in Pen and Ink - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

    Our lesson on how to draw a squirrel in pen and ink is a demonstration of the various steps and techniques involved in creating the squirrel drawing. Pen and ink is a very good medium for rendering the bristly texture of fur and ideally suited to this subject.

    Pen and Ink Drawing Demonstration of a Church by Mike Budden

    How to Draw the Chetnole Church in Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques

    How to Draw the Chetnole Church in Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques

    Pen and Ink Hatching, Crosshatching and Scumbling : Basic Pen Strokes for Ink Drawing

    Pen and Ink Hatching, Crosshatching and Scumbling : Basic Pen Strokes for Ink Drawing

    We usually think of ink drawing in terms of line, because of the solid black line created with pen-and-ink, we imagine that we can't create tonal value. While this might be, strictly speaking, true - there are many ways that we can create the illusion of value.

    Pen and Ink Drawings

    Pen and Ink Drawings

    Aside from pencil, pen and ink drawings are probably the most portable, convenient, and low-cost form of artmaking. All you need is a pen and a piece of paper, and you're ready to make art!

    Pen & Ink Drawing Technique

    Pen & Ink Drawing Technique

    Pen and ink drawing dates back to the ninth century, according to Bamber Gascoigne, author of Historyworld.net. It really became popular in the 14th century with the development of paper, something ordinary people could afford to use. Technology today has made it easier for people to learn with the availability of pre-filled pens with varying point sizes and colors. The techniques are not difficult, but do require some art skills, especially for realistic drawings. Cartooning requires somewhat less skill using the same techniques, because realism is not as important..

    Pen and Ink Drawing: Two Different Techniques

    Pen and Ink Drawing: Two Different Techniques

    Our Pen and Ink Drawing Lessons explain the two techniques we used to create the ink drawings below. Each style of illustration explores a different approach to drawing with pen, ink and color wash.

    Pen and Ink

    Pen and Ink

    However after stating that, pen & ink drawing can be very rewarding. You will be able to create a range of work from photo-realism to total abstraction and everything else in between. As we grow and add lessons we will do some wax relief projects and other interesting experimentation into the medium that will show the versatility of pen & ink as an artist media.

    Sketching with Pen, Ink and Wash

    Sketching with Pen, Ink and Wash

    Drawing with ink pens, often done very precisely, can work well with a more relaxed approach, especially if you use a nib pen which can be a little unpredictable. I've chosen an untidy country lane as my subject for these examples - foliage is a great subject for practice in informality, as it will soon drive you crazy if you get too detailed!

    Watercolor Techniques With Pen & Ink

    Watercolor Techniques With Pen & Ink

    Using pen and ink with watercolor paint is a technique that adds drama and a stylized look to a painting. Traditional calligraphy or drawing tip pens and well-type ink may be used, as well as fountain pens, permanent and semi-permanent marker to achieve a variety of outcomes. Experimenting with these techniques with add to your watercolor repertoire and add new dimensions to your work.

    Drawing Cars : Easy With Pen and Ink - Cars drawn with ink are very dramatic, but also easy to render. Pen and ink sketches offer extreme resistance to smudging, or bleeding. If the "stippling" technique is used, it is almost impossible to screw up a drawing.

    Pen and Ink Drawing Techniques - Pen and ink drawing describes the process of using pens to apply ink to a surface. There is an endless amount of pen and ink techniques. On this page, we will cover the basics of pen and ink drawing techniques, tools, and materials. Some of the materials you may need to create an ink drawing include ink, drawing pens, various nibs, graphite pencil, eraser, paper towel, a paint brush, and a drawing surface.

    How to Draw With Pen and Ink - You may be hesitant to try pen and ink drawing because you can't erase ink. But the permanence of an ink drawing gives a feeling of satisfaction. It's also a great way to learn about line thickness, shading and contours as they take on more importance when using a pen. Here are steps to get you started drawing with pen and ink.

     

     

     

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