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    Splash

    Quick brushstroke and a night-shot of Melacca on the Malaysian coast.

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    Scraps.

    Quick ink piece and a colourful back-alley in Melbourne.

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    Your ink works are totally astonishing. Especially the female form in post #812.
    I dont really have anything more to say, it's too good.
    Keep it up.

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    Impressive sketches if I may say so. Nice.

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    Testing!

    Photoshop test of Letraset effect on an ink piece of mine. Now let's not get out of hand up in here.

    The snap was taken flying out of Sydney a week ago. Mmm, glassy.

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    Overview.

    The Sydney Heads as we flew out recently. Looking north, Bondi is bottom left of frame and to the right is Manly and the Northern Beaches.

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    Nice, I really like your ink handling and the fact that you add photos. I love Sydney, I went to both aforementioned beaches. Shit, can't wait to go back! Keep it up!

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    Moisture.

    Some more stormy ink practise.

    One of several gracefully arching footbridges crossing the river in Melacca during a night cruise.

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    Billows and Chisels

    Some more experiments in ink. the snap is of one of the great craftsmen working to produce pieces for Mobi furniture in Maputo, a good example of local production and skill development.

    I'd like to see more of it. Check out their page.

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    Web-slinging.

    Counting down to the new Spider-Man flick.

    And cleaning up after a long day in Melacca, Malaysia.

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    Wow, I like the "cloud" sketches, or whatever they are. They have such a raw, sketchy appeal to them. BTW, why do you call yourself the flying Dutchman? (a question coming from a dutch man XD)

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    Some really nice stuff here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom van der Linden View Post
    Wow, I like the "cloud" sketches, or whatever they are. They have such a raw, sketchy appeal to them. BTW, why do you call yourself the flying Dutchman? (a question coming from a dutch man XD)
    I'm from Cape Town (Cape of Storms) where the Flying Dutchman legend originated. I'm also Afrikaans and 'Dutchman' is a bit of a derogatory name for an Afrikaans dude in SA, so I naturally took it for myself!

    Afrikaans is baie na aan Nederlands en Flaams.

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    Roofline.

    Some quick ink figures and the skyline of the very interesting architectural arrangement that is Federation Square in Melbourne.

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    Hey Dutchman!
    Thanks for swinging by my SB awhile back
    I think I've already said it, but the energy in your lines is just terrific. Boy can you handle a brush and ink!
    No crit really, just wanted to admire the work.
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    I love your crazy ink ladies. They're so scary.

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    Mike, Snacks, Ellion, Tom: Thanks for the good word, guys!

    Keep swinging by, things are always moving forward!

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    Awesome stuff. The inks have great energy and I especially love those cloud sketches. Cool photos as well!

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    Hounds and Tramlines.

    Another ink piece and some Melbourne urban landscape.

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    Your linework is really an inspriation. It`t like a jazz music - and absolutely not stiffy.

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    The first female ink painting in #820 is the best thing I've seen all week. I saved it to my desktop.

    I'll be back.

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    Pieces for sale

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    The first female ink painting in #820 is the best thing I've seen all week. I saved it to my desktop.

    I'll be back.
    Hey, thanks for the good word. And if you're interested, you can buy the original piece here:

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/hendrikgericke

    It's A4, Indian ink on 200gsm watercolour paper.

    Cheers!

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    I love your line work. Good job!

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    Sparse and Clutter

    Ink piece.

    And a market in Melacca, Malaysia. Selling nothing but crap you can't possibly find a practical use for. But very colourful.

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    I am in love with your life drawings, so much character in the line work

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    Hang in there.

    Quick ink and an aptly named pub in Melbourne.

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    That hound from #830 is so awesome, I can see that your inks keep on maturing. Also that ink in #819 that you called stormy ink has feels amazing! It looks like the pov is up in the clouds looking down? Ill have to remember the effect created from the narrowing spaces between the lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpic View Post
    That hound from #830 is so awesome, I can see that your inks keep on maturing. Also that ink in #819 that you called stormy ink has feels amazing! It looks like the pov is up in the clouds looking down? Ill have to remember the effect created from the narrowing spaces between the lines.
    Thanks for the good word. It's all the basic principles of perspective, just make 'em your own as you get to know them.

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    nice sketchbook, interesting photos

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