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    1. Thank you. The illustrations are liquid pigment ink, or chinese paint if you want. You can use them if you want, I’ll be honoured. For images that’s meant to stay on your blog you can use these. I do have another version of each one with fictionspawn.com written on them, which I use for my featured images. Could you please use them if you’re featuring on social media? They easily get lost there…

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  1. These are awesome! I especially love the crosshatching on the skateboard, and the way you use negative space to create your lines in the hallway. These have definitely inspired me to try to relearn water colors, but I’d love to hear how liquid pigment inks are different.

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    1. Thanks a lot! The main difference is that the ink is permanent, while the watercolours are affected by water even after they’ve dried up. I think that’s one of the things I like the most about it, it gives some interesting possibilities, and it makes it less fragile.

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