A Different kind of Impressionism

I did all the black and grey in the painting using a Chinese ink slate and block, but without a brush. I inked various things lying about the workshop as well as some weeds from the garden, and impressed them against the paper. After that I washed in the blue and brown (this ink is waterproof once dry.)

Ruin: Ink impressions and watercolour

Ruin: Ink impressions and watercolour

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2 comments
  1. a wonderful picture! Love how you did it.

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