No turning backPosted: March 17, 2013
When I work with ink and wash, especially with simple subjects like this, I want to make sure I don’t over “ink” the drawing. In other words, I want a bit of structure but not a lot of shading, crosshatching, etc. I think in this sketch I probably should have left out the ink lines on the cut lemon — they just seem a little harsh. But that’s what happens when you go straight to ink. There’s no turning back.