Dripping Studies

Chinese ink, watercolor, acrylic and final digital retouches.

A small random selection of my dripping studies

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Using chinese ink, watercolor and acrylic I merge my experience as a motion graphic designer with action painting techniques from the legendary Jackson Pollok or the outstanding Richard Hambleton.