36 thoughts on “Mixed Media Technique – Charcoal and India Ink

  1. @chu729 before the world explodes, these kids will get all the pussies in
    da whole world.

  2. If these kids were to call me out for a dance -off i’d take one look an say
    immah eat them but as soon as they make the first move…….lets just say
    im a ninja ;-D

  3. Ok, so I’m checking out some beginning hip hop dances for my hyperactive
    son…I’ve researched Capitol Roots and Step 1 on the internet…where
    should my son go?

  4. @smilygirl132 the 1 in the blue is gavin the 1 in the black vneck in juju
    and the other 1 is kida juju and gavin are filipino and kida is african
    american

  5. i was watching their newer videos and i came back to this one and i just
    made a scary discovery….they’re getting BETTER :O by the timm the hit
    puberty the world will implode from their sheer talent

  6. have you ever tried using pastel or charcoal with the water color and
    indian ink??

  7. Thank you for sharing this. This technique has the potential to give such a
    diverse range of results. I’m inspired to paint!!!

  8. You should try to reference or at least use gridwork to copy a drawing,
    tracing doesn’t really teach you or help you practice.

  9. Oh, quite easy… ;-) I took a tracing paper and copied the cat onto it.
    Then I flipped the tracing paper around and applied a thin layer of
    charcoal (blue/green/violet/…/ chalk also works) on it back and blended
    it with a piece of chamois leather (a paper towel also works). After that I
    carefully placed the trancing paper on the watercolorpaper (charcoal to
    paper) and retraced the lines on the tracingpaper with a biro. After that
    they are clearly visible on the watercolor sheet. :-)

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