Ink

توضیح مختصر: An exploration of the drawing medium of ink. Concepts covered include ink wash, choosing the right ink, pen and ink applications with a nib pen.

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This welcome to the 16th video and the secret to drawing video course brought to you by the virtue instructor dot com. And this video we’re going to continue our exploration of media by taking a look at EAC incomes in a variety of colors and is made by a variety of different types of pigments. It’s important to know that not all inks are permanent. Be sure to choose an egg that will not fade over time for black inks. India made with carbon black pigment is best for permanence. It can be applied to a surface but just about anything. However most artist will apply it with a brush or with a pin. In this video we’re going to discuss how to create an ink wash on watercolor paper. We’re also going to do a traditional pen and ink drawing with a NIB pin. So let’s get started. This is the ink that I’ll be using for this demonstration. This is manufactured by a company called speedball and it’s super black indeed. We’re also going to be using a brush for this demonstration. I have a standard nylon brush as well as a NIB pin. I’m going to use a disposable palette. And we also need a cup of water and a paper towel. We’ll begin by taking some of the ink and spreading it on the disposable pallet. You can use a plastic lid for this or any type of plastic surface that will repel water. I’m going to use a lot of water and thin out my brush and make the AInc almost like watercolor paint . Then I’ll begin applying it to my drawing which I’ve started with just a standard HP pencil I just drew the lines here. I did not shade with any value with the graphite. I’m working on watercolor paper here watercolor paper provides a tooth that will allow the water to be accepted to the surface without much wrinkling or buckling. We’re approaching this AInc wash much like we would a watercolor painting. We’re going to start with light layers of value and slowly get darker allowing each layer to dry. I’ll begin by adding ink in the areas that I feel are the darkest in my photo reference. After each layer draws I’ll apply another layer slowly making the value get darker . You’ll notice that each layer of eight draws relatively quickly allowing you to work quicker in your drawing . One notable difference between ink wash and watercolor paint is that ink wash will not lift easily like watercolor paint will. You can’t apply extra water to a surface where ink has already been applied and expect that the lift from the surface or become lighter in value. Because of this you have to be very careful in adding your layers of Eik. There’s less room for error . You can see here I’m applying to just about everything on the surface. Some areas will be white but most areas will receive at least a light wash of value. Since I’m going to be applying a pen and ink drawing over the top with this ink wash I’m not going to get too dark with my values. I will allow some of the pink Pinon to do that work later in the drawing . Now I’m ready to apply the AInc with a NIB pin nibs come in a variety of shapes and sizes for this drawing . I’m using a sharp one. I’m going to go ahead and did my NIB into the ink being careful not to dip it too deep. Once I’ve made a few test lines on a separate sheet of paper I’m ready to get to my drawing. It’s very important that you pull the nib towards you when you’re making marks. If you try to push the NIB pin away from you chances are you’ll create splattering which could ruin your drawing. It’s very important to make the test marks too. Before you go to your surface This will ensure that you have the right load of ink so that the marks that you make on your surface are the marks that you want to make . I’m going to create a lot of hatching in the straw and create the value. I’m going to be careful not to put too many lines or too much information because I don’t want the drawing to get too dark too quickly. Also add marks to the trees and bushes that exist around the barn. I’ll try to mimic the texture of the trees and bushes with the marks that I make in the darker areas on the barn. I’ll add more hatching and more lines because these areas are going to be darker anyway because of the shadow. I want to be sure that I stay consistent with the directional ones that I add to the bottom. These directional lines will work somewhat like cross contour lines and help define the form of the barn. Every once in a while I’ll need to reload the nib on my pin again. It’s very important that you make sure that you don’t dip your pin too deep in the inkwell and that you make a few test lines before going to your final surface . Remember that in any drawing you’re creating an illusion with pen and ink drawing. It’s all about the lines that you make to the illusion you’re trying to create is going to be dependent on the lines that you make on your surface. So think about the texture that you’re drawing and try to emulate that texture with the lines . Notice how the directional lines that I’ve created in this drawing helped create the illusion of different types of textures in the drawing. I’m also going to add directional lines in the shadowed areas behind the barn and on the side of the barn I’m going to make these lines go in the direction that the grass would grow. This will help create the illusion of texture as well as create the illusion of a light source . I had a few lines in the foreground to help create the illusion of tall grass. This will also create the illusion of space in my drawing . Be careful not to overwork your pen and ink drawing. It’s easy to give the viewer too much information with this medium with a few finishing touches are pen and ink wash and pen and ink drawing is completed. So what do we learn in this video. Well first we learned that not all ache is permanent. If you’re using a black ink. Be sure to choose an ink that is made from carbon black pigment in order to ensure its permanence. We also learned that although ink can be applied with just about anything it’s usually applied with a brush or a pin. We also learn that ink wash is an effective way to produce quick values and behaves in a similar manner to watercolor paint. And lastly we learn that traditional painting methods using NIB pins can produce a variety of lines and provide the artist’s control over the marks that are made on the surface in the next video we’re going to go into color. Start talking about its theories and applications .