Having inkfever

I have been wanting to get back to learning more about ink drawing and pen and wash. I have studied some Rembrandt pen and wash and know it is going to take a long time to get that simplified yet effective balance between the linework and the wash part.

So I figured I would concentrate on the line for starters. When I was looking around on the internet I came across the work of Oscar Cesare. He had some energetic and vivid linework in his inkdrawings that appealed to me. As a bonus there is  much to learn from his compositions and his effective way of ”getting the message across”.

Strange enough Oscar Cesare never got the appreciation or recognition that he deserved from swedish critics even though he actually was swedish…

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2 Responses to Having inkfever

  1. Olaf says:

    Nice! Quite Dickensian in style.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Olaf! Yes I know it is a cool style I hope I can learn that someday.


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