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Thanks Dhruba for commenting !!
Thanks GS for putting some fuel and encouraging !!
Thanks Manu and Aditi !
I think, both approaches will aid you in your objective. but paint first and then ink later can be more forgiving, and provides you control over developing the forms and adding detail until very end.
While a loose style is suitable for watercolor washes, lines can aid in making the picture very expressive, depending on how bold the strokes are.
I would suggest keep working on both approaches :).
this looks nice and the technique u r using is a very good one for ink and watercolor!
Thanks Aditi, Thanks GS !
Earlier I used to draw with ink first and then adding watercolor on finished sketch, since ink lines are dark, it is not helping me to use loose watercolor style, somehow I was getting bounded within those lines and shapes so since last couple of sketches, first am drawing lightly with pencil and then trying to play with loose watercolor and once sketch is almost done.. adding important hard lines with ink and finally again adding few watercolor dark shades...
I dont know whether this thing going well or not, what you guys suggest ??
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