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Im a student at Poznan University of Technology. Currently im a part of the payment card technology team in one of the leading Polish banks. I have an ISTQB foundation level certificate.

Besides work and IT, Im interested in digital painting, music, indoor rockclimbing, boardgames and role playing games


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comment How to use hatching and crosshatching with ink?
Thanks for the help! Maybe you could meld these comments into an answer, explaining that hatching with pen and graphite are similar and link the second question I made? That could be a valid answer, if you could elaborate on it a bit.
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comment How to use hatching and crosshatching with ink?
I like your answer on my similar question regarding graphite hatching - I wanted to make the two into one question, but in the end I decided that graphite and ink are very different mediums and they may deserve their own questions. also I wanted to avoid the problem of two questions in one and "and" answers
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comment How to use hatching and crosshatching with ink?
I tried to clarify my question a bit
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comment How to use hatching and crosshatching with ink?
I do have a quill dip pen :) As for the zen question - it may just be a language barrier, as im not an English native speaker. Im feeling we are having a problem claryfying what Im asking - Im not asking about the technicalities such as tools, methods, white on black and black on white. I need some practice, but I can vary my line weight. Im having a problem with what lines should I draw and where to put them to get such convincing shades, instead of getting a "weir grig" look, as my current drawings tend to end up looking. I'd say learning hatching is key to my question.
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comment How to use hatching and crosshatching with ink?
while a very interesting answer, it does not tackle drawing ;) Anyhow, thanks! :)
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