In progress...


Anonymous chris hope said...

Awesome! What kind of brush are you using to ink? Some of the strokes look really slim, but then others look broader and flat.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Chris Gardner said...

Thanks Chris! I don't have any single type of brush that I use all the time, although the best in my opinion are Winsor & Newton Series 7 brushes... #2 and #3's for me. For this particular piece I'm using one brush, a Leow-Cornell 7000C Round #5. To get the thin lines I load the brush, roll it on a scrap sheet to form a nice thin tip, and run it along the edge of a ruler that I hold on it's side, for the broader looking stuff I'm just applying varying degrees of pressure to flatten out the brush while dragging it along the paper.

12:02 PM  
Blogger guyshield said...

Ah Chris, Good to see an update, and not just an update but another awesome insight.
I have to give more kudos to you by the way, I'm loving the Series 7 #2, now that I've actually had a run with a few other brushes (and sizes), it's really to fault, so thanks again for your recommendation.
Keep up the good stuff Chris, you've got more than a gift there. Now if only I could find strathmore in Australia!

2:10 AM  
Blogger UrbanBarbarian said...

I wanna know the secrets!!! Nice technique, Chris!!!

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