I think Pentel is a good pen. The tip is quite adaptable. Because the ink dries immediately after each application, I never had to worry about smearing! It enables me to do a wide range of artistic skills, including calligraphy, highlighting, writing, feathering, hatching, and refining fine art elements.
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RE: Best Brush Pen for Inking?
RE: water color or copic marker
The best Copic markers to purchase first are those that will work well with your projects. Because Copic markers come in a variety of sizes, you may select the ones with the largest tip for easier coverage based on the size of your project.
For starters, the Copic Classic will not let you down when it comes to learning how to use these markers. These markers may be customized in a variety of ways. They're also really helpful.
RE: Archiving work - How do you store your physical work?
Throughout the painting process, I utilize acid-free products to store my paintings. This means that all of the portfolio materials, including paper and masking tape, are acid-free. Because acid causes the painting to yellow, this is significant. As a result, your artwork will begin to decay sooner rather than later, especially when exposed to light and heat.
RE: Copic Multiliner SP - Various Ink a Option to Refill?
I found articles about ways to refill Copic markers. There are two methods for refilling Copic markers. The Dripping Method and Using a Booster of the New Copic Various Inks. Hope this article will help you.