Wildlife art and illustration – combining black and white ink drawings with colour: some experiments in Auroville, India

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M. Eric Ramanujam
Joss Brooks


Mixed media and wildlife illustration has been experimented with and the combination of using puristic black and white media along with colour has been found most interesting, creative, and expressive.

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