Vom Marlowe Review White Ink

Posted by on January 28th, 2010 at 12:27 PM

Vom Marlowe discusses a useful white ink for artists.

Also Suat’s review of Town of Evening Calm… has now generated a whole slew of comments from Jog, Derik Badman, Kate Dacey, Bill Randall and others.

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One Response to “Vom Marlowe Review White Ink”

  1. korzac says:

    Perhaps this may interest the ‘white ink for artists.’ people..

    For those interested in technicalities. Perhaps a bizarre choice, but I draw directly into a hardcover book by Nobel winner physicist Richard Feynman called “Feynman Lectures on Gravitation”. My drawing tools where black markers with different point size. The markers bleed through each page. Taking tipp-ex as a substitute for white acrylic I painted on the unwanted black marks. After restoring the white color and letting some black or gray spots on each page, the original book text on gravitation shimmering through the tippex fluid serve as a canvas to draw each new picture.

    for the graphic results see here:
    http://kafee.wordpress.com/2010/01/03/improvising-an-art-book-as-a-graphic-novel/