Ink on Colours

Not just on plain surface. Ink can also be used on coloured surface to prep up the art work. It adds volume to the work and makes it look more bright and trendy

Background colours should usually be kept lighter…so that the top work is visible easily

Red

Ink can always be used to create images with more precision and cut ..which our ordinary pencils fail. Using a .5 tip gel ink or a simple gel pen, helps to carve out thin areas and fill in even broad spaces. Again, a touch of wine and red , allows the high definition of a particular area.