Wot...no cream?

Wot...no cream?

Any advice on how to use Inktense correctly would be gratefully received. Thanks in advance.

Well again no expert but I use them with a swipe of a wet or damp brush on the blocks together with watercolour. I like inktense because of the vibrancy. These strawberries look delicious Carolyn.

These look good enough to eat, Carolyn! :)

I haven't got the blocks Carolyn only the pencils, but you've done amazingly well with these strawberries, they look lovely and just ready to eat, great work 😀

These are lovely Carolyn. Love your title. Great shine on the strawberries.

Yum yum......love the shine, nicely done Carolyn especially with a new medium. Can’t help you out with advice, I’ve never used inktense.

Such a beautiful painting of these gorgeous strawberries Carolyn, a lovely sheen on them too.

Thank you everyone for your kind comments. Carole I have started some foxgloves using the technique you suggested. I will post when finished.

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As i am playing a lot at the moment i decided it was time for Inktense pencils and blocks.

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Carolyn Parkinson

I am a retired Physical Eduction Teacher of 33 years. Having always regretted choosing to study Physics O' Level over Art, (and not having done any artwork since then apart from doodling during meetings!...) I decided on my retirement in August 2016 that it was time to start drawing and painting…

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