Maledicte (post: 1484862) wrote:By "ink" pen, do you mean anything other than regular office writing pens?
Nami (post: 1485037) wrote:I use a variety of different types of Faber-Castell, all of which are excellent in my seeing. However, I've recently switched over to Nib, which is much messier because it deals with ink in a bottle. However, if gives me the manga-look I'm going for and I really do enjoy it.
Nami (post: 1486405) wrote:@Pascal: ctrl-z is my fwwwiiiend! :3 XDD
Maledicte (post: 1484889) wrote:I recommend Faber-Castell pens too. I find the ink isn't as thin as in Sakura micron pens. Copic makes good pens too, but they're pricier. Neither brand smudges or bleeds (though I find that paper quality affects bleeding just as much as ink quality).
And while I'm not a huge fan of Sakura micron pens because of price and ink, they're the most easily available, also their Graphics line of markers are nice and sturdy for thicker lines.
And of course, some people do great with Sharpies. *shrug*
Pascal (post: 1486491) wrote:Have you ever had the situation where you go back to regular drawing with a pencil, make a trial action and then instinctively reach for ctrl-z when you don't like it, only to be shocked to find it doesn't work for RL drawings XD.
Nami (post: 1486613) wrote:@Corrie: O_O Can you buyz that in Michaels?
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