Before & After with Derwent Inktense

 Using my Derwent Inktense pencils. Before and after the waterbrush.
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4 thoughts on “Before & After with Derwent Inktense

  1. redharparts October 11, 2014 at 2:43 am Reply

    Inktense are notoriously fugitive. I do have a small set I got at Sew Expo to paint/color on fabric. She said they would be permanent once dried but I wonder.

    • pensandart October 11, 2014 at 4:06 am Reply

      It took me a few minutes to realize what you meant by fugitive! That’s how much if a beginner I am at all this. But I was browsing the watercolor forums at wetcanvas.com for waaaay too long one day, and learned it means paints that are prone to fading. I’m just experimenting with the Inktense, so am not really worried my sketchbook color studies won’t last right now. But it is good to file away as reference just in case!

      • redharparts October 11, 2014 at 4:10 am

        Sure. If the piece just stays mostly closed up in a sketchbook, it’s probably OK. But it likely wouldn’t last framed on a wall.

  2. Anja Jensen June 23, 2016 at 5:12 am Reply

    I know that this post may be a bit old, but never the less, I would really like to see the difference before/after watering the colors, but your pictures in this post isn’t showing? :-/

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