Using a handmade marking brush: The handle is a bamboo stick and jute twine. The brush end is from the metal spring binding on an old notebook. I had no idea how much ink would stay on this material and I was surprised that it pooled as much as it did. It left wonderful blobs and drops on the paper, which I was able to move around with different line thicknesses.
My aim was to make a face and the messy lines reminded me of how I think I look when I towel dry my hair. The real fun part of this sort of abstract to me is that depending on where you look, a whole new story emerges about what is seen.
Dimension: 15″ (38cm) x 11″ (28cm)
Materials: India ink on Watercolour Paper
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