Japanese ink, Indian ink, bamboo pen, brushes of goat, wolf and card =

Ink fox: Skulk. Japanese Ink. Brush.Two sparrows, Japanese ink.Ink Bird. Japanese ink, brush.Ink hare no 1. Indian ink and bamboo pen with Japanese ink and brush wash.Moongazing ink hare: Indian ink and bamboo pen with Japanese ink and brush wash.Ink hare, Indian ink and bamboo pen.In descending order:

Skulk: Red Fox. Japanese ink and brush on card.

Two Sparrows: Japanese ink and brush on card.

Fly: Japanese ink and brush on card.

Hare: Indian ink and bamboo pen with Japanese ink and brush wash, on card.

Moongazing hare: Indian ink and bamboo pen with Japanese ink and brush wash, on card.

Hare Knows a Secret: Indian ink and bamboo pen on card.

All for sale at The House of Golden Dreams, but please email me if you wish to buy.

Working with ink and ink stone and brushes and bamboo pen

About Jackie

I am an artist and writer. I live in a small house by the sea in Wales where I write, paint, walk and watch and dream of bears and whales. I love to read, have a wish for wings and prefer the company of animals to that of humans, though at times I can be quite friendly. I am learning how to work with wood engraving tools and hoping to show that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
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5 Responses to Japanese ink, Indian ink, bamboo pen, brushes of goat, wolf and card =

  1. Exquisite…..touching……just sent an email about these.

  2. Mo Crow says:

    such beautiful work Jackie, love what you are doing with the bamboo pen & ink wash! have been playing with a glass pen of late & it’s a wonderful tool, very smooth holds a lot of ink and works beautifully on the back stroke.

  3. Carrie says:

    I love the effect of the ink with brushes, all the different subtle depths of overlaid tone…
    I’ve had my eye on one of those bamboo pens for a while, I get a bit frustrated with the metal dip pen nibs when they bend and clog, I really must get around to picking one up and trying it. The textures and markmaking you’ve acheived are fantastic, especially with the moon gazing hare, my favourite I think…

  4. GEorgia says:

    I love how when you scroll down through these images it’s almost like an animation. Gorgeous images.

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