I JUST watched those videos of yours on Youtube! XD
I've been doing Inktober every day for the last two years, and this year I've been dabbling in some water color and marker work as well as ink just for experimenting sake. Which is really fun!
But I've never tried ink washes before-- never really understood how you do them. I know watercolors don't work too well on smooth bristol, so I assumed it would be more watercolor paper work. But it's cool to know I can use the smooth paper for ink washes! I have some indian ink I'm gonna try out with your techniques. Even though Inktober's almost over, I really wanna try all these cool inkwashing techniques I've been seeing on Instagram!
Have you seen the technique of adding masking fluid and then washing over it to just peel it away later? You can get some epic stuff painted with it! Like with heikala's work especially: www.instagram.com/p/BlYR4UhBKw…
I really wanna give that as try. So many cool techniques! Thanks for sharing yours! I've been following along and your daily inks are just fabulous.