I have painted 31 different abstract ink paintings, and I mainly related to the foil technique. For me it was important to create many different structures with only a few resources and to make each painting look different. I used Ink and Acrylic Ink and occasionally a fineliner. I’m glad the Inktober Challenge is over now. It is quite exhausting to do a painting every day (or almost every day). I think I won`t be back next year, but take part in the challenge every two years. Doreen.

Materials:
– Hahnemühle watercolor paper, 30 x 40 cm (11,8 x 15,7 inch), 300 g/m² (140 lbs), cold pressed, natural white, matt, from the series Britannia
– Bromley paper stretcher
– asian brushes (non synthetic, but natural bristles)
– Super Black India Ink by Speedball
– Pigma Micron fineliner No. 2 (0,3 mm) by Sakura
– tape nib 1,5 mm by Manuscript
– acrylic ink by Liquitex in Carbon Black, Titanium White, Iridescent Bright Gold, Iridescent Bright Silver, Iridescent Rich Bronze, Iridescent Rich Copper
– foil, alcohol, tooth brush
– for the smaller pieces I also used ink by Kooh-I-Noor in Brown, Green, Blue, Yellow and Red

Credits:
Video production – Doreen Gehrke
Music – ~aether theories~ by Vidian (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/Vidian/57398 Ft: Gurdonark, White-throated Sparrow

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