This fae was created with sepia ink.
Take a little non-waterproof sepia ink and just add water.
Thank you Stan. I'm a huge fan of the 19th century artists.
how did you make it glow pink?
James, beautiful line work. I love the
old 19th century feel to it.
Thanks Patrick. Right back at you.
Thank you for the kind words J. Matthew. Your words left me speechless. Your work is equally as great!
Very pretty! It takes a really great artist to do so much with just a few lines... I love it!
Your work always leaves me speachless. I just end up staring and saying Wow! This is definitely no exception, but some how I managed to post something to you. Thanx so much for all the beauty and wonder you've brought to us all. The hunger grows with the eating.
Why thank you Shannon. The best line work? Really? No, but I do think good line quality is very important in holding together form in an image.
There is always something about your work that has a very unique and beautiful edge to it. This picture is no exception. You have the best line work I've ever seen, and I adore those wings.
A BIG thank you coming from you Terry. I'm a big fan of your work too!
Thank you Wenche. Your work always gives me inspiration.
Brilliant James!...and very intresting interview...
Tender and elegant, beautifully done
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