The Chateau for the 2012 Sketchy Art and Culture Tour is located in a walnut grove. It may only seem fitting to consider working with walnut ink, finely pigmented rich sepia colored water-based ink. It's great for all kinds of drawings and works well with a brush or dip pen.
In washes Walnut Ink handles like a watercolor, with good layering and lifting capabilities. The rich color resembles traditional walnut-based inks, but will not fade. The warm character of walnut ink is reminiscent of drawings by Rembrandt and Vincent van Gogh.
You can use walnut ink with ink pens, brushes, or any kind of ink or wash handling tools.
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