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Black and white is the colour scheme of your drawing - it is never a style. The medium is ink on paper, if digitally cleaned up and printed it can be described as a print (and you might want to consider working in (limited) editions). The technique, depending on your drawing method, seems to be free drawing, akin to free writing (and in that case an ...


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Although your work is more abstract, it immediately reminded me of the work of British illustrator Ian Miller. His term for the style of his (especially) black-and-white work was "Tight Pen Style," although I don't think that terminology was every picked up more widely. You may seen some similarity to your own work in this fantastical floating ...


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You may want to try Staedtler Mars Lumograph Black Drawing Pencils. They have a high proportion of carbon for matte, jet black results that you can't typically get in purely graphite pencils but handle and sharpen like a graphite pencil--you avoid the mess of charcoal and clumsy handling but should still get the darkness you want. They range from HB to 8B ...


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