I don’t use black, white or grey
often — or metallics. The exception
is Daniel Smith’s Hematite, right, which I love to mix with earth
tones in city sketches. It is too
easy to mix a color without black or grey, so I don’t want it taking up space in my travel palette.
Metallics are most often used
in studio — a little bit here and there, and mostly on deity images.
I made a small palette of these
colors, approximately 2.5×4 inches — to take along on longer trips.
I love having two amazing metallic inks —
I use them with dip pens on painting — both by Robert Oster.
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