Pen & Ink drawing is similar to pencil drawing in that the use of line and technique is closely related. It is however a little more difficult to master and should only be taught to or used by the older students. India ink is permanent ink and a mess to clean up, virtually non-erasable and not very forgiving if a spill or mistake happens. However after stating that, pen & ink drawing can be very rewarding. You will be able to create a range of work from photo-realism to total abstraction and everything else in between. As we grow and add lessons we will do some wax relief projects and other interesting experimentation into the medium that will show the versatility of pen & ink as an artist media.
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