Brushing ink Saves time and money!

As primarily a drafter, a type of artist who prefers to use pen and ink pencils and markers, it’s sometimes a bit of a stretch for me to use a brush. However, I have adapted to the brush, and found it to be a good friend! When I have to cover large areas with black ink, it’s more time-consuming and hard on the hand, as well as the pocket, to do it with an expensive set of waterproof markers. It’s so much easier and faster to do it with a brush, and gets the job done in seconds!

Published by Rush Hamden

Rush Hamden is a graphic novel author, children's book illustrator and art teacher living in Burbank, California.

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