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I made a political diagram using dip pens and inks on a single delicate sheet of Tomoe River Paper. Check out how small my drawings are!

 

This page shows them off here (and explains the diagram!).

 

 

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For more pics, and to read the article, go to https://medium.com/@even.aesphasian/3d-political-spectrum-4870f06f2f49

 

 

A list of inks used:

J.Herbin's Stormy grey,

plaituinum flame red,

Monteverde red

Diamine's Wild Strawberry

Schaeffer's red

Pelikan's Turquoise

J.Herbin's Emerald of Chivor

Iroshizuku's Kon Peki and Yama Budo

Diamine's Terracotta

Ancient Copper

Apple Glory

Sepia

Noodler's Golden Brown,

Apache Sunset,

Diamine's Golden Sands

Blue Lightning,

Autumn oak

Rohr & Klingner's Alt-Goldgrun

Leipziger Schwarz

Platinum Carbon Black

Graf von Faber-Castell's Stone Grey

J. Herbin's Perle Noire

Noodler's Burgundy

Noodler’s Yellow

Noodler's Firefly

 

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TassoBarbasso

Politics, AND calligraphy? Awesome :)

 

Good job, and very good classification. Quite innovative.

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Tour de force! Any words about the pens & nibs (oh, never mind, the title says "with a dip pen"), and about the techniques to get the shading and washes?

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inkstainedruth

Very interesting. I just hope this doesn't run afoul of the prohibition about politics (and religion, and undue bashing of "The Ink that Shall Not Be Named") on the forums....

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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