Thank you for your kind words, much appreciated.
Honestly I used nothing but paints and brushes to color everything here. I don't even have a graphics program, although I wish I did. I use mostly Gouache, a raw pigment based paint, for my painting and india ink for my...well... inking. Gouache, once you have your technique down, can produce effects that simulate digital art. Which is why, with all do respect, I am not really a fan of digital art. It takes a lot more time to achieve the same results as with photoshop etc but even more skill, technique and ability to do it by hand. Don't get me wrong, I'm not bragging here it's just that because of digital graphics programs people are starting to lose a respect for hand drawn art and don't appreciate how difficult it really is to do.
So my list of materials would be
1.) Paper, illustration board
2.) Pencils (sometimes colored pencils), brushes, various sizes
3.) India ink
5.) Oh! Yeah and on the fourth one from the top I used oil pastels
BTW which pieces did you think were digitally colored? If you have the technique down you can create a lot of effects that look digital. One of my biggest inspirations is H.R. Giger. His stuff is amazing and he typically only uses regular acrylic paint for his paintings!
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