Posts Tagged ‘Indian Ink’

Well this posting celebrates the initial goal of one sketch a day for a month !

Yeah. Some people think I have nothing to do. Incorrect … I allow myself 40 minutes a day start to finish. Try and find 40 minutes a day for your passion … you’ll do it. I can still fit in everything else. You can too!

Brush and Ink of a pear

Another pear Suzie © Tim Mooney

This little fella (its a male pear … a loanword of Vulgar Latin ‘pira’) was done on watercolour paper with three shades of Indian Ink with an Asian calligraphy brush. Then I ate it.

From here on I don’t have a commitment to do a sketch a day … but I will … its just that they all won’t get posted here. You’ll know when they do.


 

Watercolour paper, Indian Ink, Brush, Stick

ink wash

Sort of Old Thing © Tim Mooney


This is actually the evidence left at a house invasion of the Russian Embassy in Bali. See if you can work it out.

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