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A quick presentation

Posted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:56 am
by Hellmut

I was quite delighted when I discovered there was such a great thing as sketchcrawling, so here I am.
I've been drawing for some time now, and playing with pens and inks too.
Before I decided to actually jump in here, I read with particular interest about the kind of tools best fitted to on-the-go sketching.
As a result, I've ended up using the following:
- Staedtler pigment liner 0.2mm
- Caran d'Ache Fixpencil 77 (fitted with HB)
- Pentel Water pencil (broad)
- Staedtler Noris Club Aquarell (set of 12. Inexpensive and great)
- Clairefontaine Graf It dot pad 41lb/90g (I know: the type of paper is on the lighter side when it comes to applying water but I don't douse it, so...)
Don't keep advice to yourselves: everything can help.
Thanks for reading this - have a great day !