At 4/18/13 07:33 AM, Kinsei wrote:
At 4/18/13 05:42 AM, lovingthedark wrote:
I'd love to see you working on better paper- it looks like you're just using printer paper. Why not get a sketchbook with some drawing paper? It's a great way to keep your work all in one place, and it helps keep things portable.^ this, Also I think that some good heavy weight bristol or something would help prevent with some of that ink being splotchy like I was seeing on some of your other pieces.
actually I have a binder that I keep all of it in, the reason I dont use sketchbook paper is just because since its only studies i dont feel it vital to get them, plus the binder can hold more.
What type and brand of ink are you using?
You probably said, but I only half read these some times, I tend to just skim and look at the art.Also be sure to stir or shake up your ink before using, I really didn't think it mattered until my boss used his lifetime of art knowledge to really show me that it does matter...
You know the good stuff settles in the bottom
Yeah right now im using the pentel pocket brush pen, anyone know of any refillable cartridge type thing for it? Last time I checked there wasnt but that was from an article like 2 years ago or 3. A
I am planning on buying some good bristol aswell for proper drawings and my comics/ comic strips.
Would shaking the ink cartridge be any good to what you said?
Thanks for the crosshatch example and all the stuff youve posted up so far, keep it comi guys I really appreciate it! :)