I really am a dog when it comes to art supplies.
For a while I was using the Copic Multiliner SP BS and once I got comfortable with that, I moved on to the Pentel Pocket Brush Pen which actually has honest to goodness bristles and behaves more like an actual brush would. And now I'm flirting with for-realz brushes (the Winsor & Newton Series 7 #2, to be exact.)
I'm not producing anything I'm comfortable with displaying publicly yet, but I'm having a lot of fun getting there. DON'T JUDGE ME!!!
and don't even get me started on the little paint cylinders you have to buy to go it it!!!
AAaaaghh!!! It's better when they have them on sale....LOL
But my dad did joke about me being hot for Usopp from One Piece (and I'll admit, he is pretty cute).
I love a good pun! In fact, my peers have revolted against me telling them. It was utter pundemonium.
Like one time, my dad removed a screwdriver from some guys ribcage... No lasting damage either!
You should hear the excuss they come up for.... ahem, vaccuum-cleaner related injuries...
drunk. I just cannot imagine what goes through a persons mind doing something like that. its dangerous.
Well, at least I know I'll never do something dumb like that!
Some people are just really, really stupid.
I didn't hear the pool one, could you note it to me? And... that's certainly a few interesting uses for toy cars, brushes and various other household items!
I don't judge you
until I met watercolours!
With what? Their baby a marker? *strange logic* XD
I can only stick with one medium for so long before trying a new medium.
Great humour and comic execution! Crisp lineart work as well and the last panel reactions are priceless.
Used to use the Copic Multiliner BS, but it just doesn't have a fine enough tip.
LOVE the Kuretake Fountain Brush Pen and Prismacolor B pen. Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuper fine tips, no bleeding at all, no felt fraying. The Prismacolor B does have a felt tip, BUT it's so well made, and I use it religiously when I'm not at home in my studio, when I'm in places where carrying around a little jar of india ink, a rinse jar, a blotter rag, a blotter paper, and my bamboo roll of inking brushes just isn't feasible ( religious user of Raphael Kolinsky sable hair number 2 round, 8404 ).
My Kuretake, I LOVE the nylon brush, but I have to get used to the thicker barrel again, as I thought I had lost it for about a year ( found it in my old pencil bag in a suitcase I hadn't used for a year. ).
Welcome to the wonderful world of brush inkers, though, Kevin! Brushes can become addictive to ink with, and produce some GORGEOUS results. X3
Any chance you'll have some of your brush inking experiments with you at NYCC? I'd love to check them out!
But what I meant by your brush inking stuff is I meant your brush inked works, stuff you've inked with your brush. It's rare to come across a fellow brush inker, even at conventions, so when I do find one, I love comparing notes, techniques, and the like!
You're too great, dawg.
also, i just discovered the wonders of the portable watercolor brush. it holds water inside so you don't need a glass of water everywhere you go! it's great for watercolor sketches which i've recently become quite fond of!