Thursday, May 10, 2007



My newest attempt at Oriental brush painting. The top part is a practice session doing the pine needles.

The bottom pine tree was attempted using this technique. I ran out of room at the top and it ran into my pine needle practice.

This was done using the Pental Pocket Brush pen rather than Oriental art brush and ink.

6 comments:

Teri C said...

I love this Donn! makes me want to try it also.

Lin said...

You've been tagged ... see here for how: http://viewfromtheoak.blogspot.com

Alina Chau said...

elegant and lovely!

mociehocie said...

Donn, I'm really curious about water brush pens...do you have any trouble controlling the water flow? How many different sizes do you use? Where'd you get it? I have some Sumi black ink & a dedicated bamboo brush (for portraits like on Danny Gregory's video)--have you tried the ink w/the waterbrush?? Your art looks great!

Linda said...

Hi Donn -- I like your work and want to see more, but I can't get to your flickr site from EDM using the link you have on EDM > http://Flickr.com/photos,waysidejourney -- nor can I find you searching Donn. Any advice? Is the flickr link you sign off with on EDM posts (I get the digest) the right one? THANKS -- Linda the Lurker... :-)

Trine said...

I too would like more info on how this pen works