Glen Ronald manipulates ink/paint with water to create spontaneous imagery, he then draws into the results once dry using pens to realise the faces of people or animals.
Italian-based Marco Mazzoni uses mainly coloured pencils for his pieces, these soft works have a dainty beauty to them which I really appreciate.
Steven Bindernagel uses inspiration from architecture, environmental textures and atmospheres to produce his beautiful abstract watercolour, acrylic and pencil Yupo paintings. He explains that the constant exploration through his mediums is what gives him the joy to keep making his artwork.
Carne Griffiths works in tea, brandy, whisky, vodka and inks in his expressive figurative work. He applies the inks and alcohol first, then after these layers are dry he adorns intricate patterns to his pieces using coloured pens.
Ink is the chosen medium of Joni Belaruski's work, she toys with human and animal figures in this medium which results in quite macabre imagery. She also uses hatching which I'm interested in as an alternative to traditional shading.