Script for poster design using a few different weight pens on nice thick stock. Took a few goes to get the curves right though but worth it and a few tweaks needed but a good start for the day.
over 1 year ago
Lots of patience, a pencil and a rubber, now to get the second letter right or I will be in touble
Nice and steady hand.
this is incredible!
Great. Great. Great.
SO I have been struggling with getting a nice, clean edge on my pen / ink drawings and no matter what I do my ink bleeds!!! So I must know - what brand pen and paper are you using??
about 1 year ago
Hi, I usually use these pens I get from Muji, they do these nice ones which I think start at 0.38 and up to 0.7 and they works perfectly. I can't remember the one I used on the pic but I did use a black Sharpie on that one as well.
What's your preferred paper? I went to the art store and bought like, one of each today!!! So far I am doing ok with Marker paper, but it could be cleaner still..
Usually I just use the cheap paper you use for inkjet printers as the nicer paper tends to bleed the ink out. I can always have a check for you though
That's interesting because I always used the ink jet paper as well but was having issues with smudging so I THOUGHT a better quality paper wouldn't smudge but then it started to bleed.
I think I may have found a happy medium over the last day though. I got some "marker paper" and used with pigment pens which, although it didn't dry as quickly as I wanted, it didn't bleed AT ALL and I just had to move a little more slowly when going back over where a small area might be wet.
Hi and yeah I forgot I do use marker paper, although it does cost a load more for it and eBay was the only place I could get any
Post some work when you have it done
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