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Sketching Pens??

Discussion in 'Paper Chase' started by seeks_oner, Oct 9, 2002.

  1. seeks_oner

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    Sketching Pens??

    Discussion started by seeks_oner - Oct 9, 2002

    Hey all im just wonderings wat are the best pens to sketch with ??!?!? i used sharpies bleh and they just made my sketches look uglyer then ever aha could u guys let me know what pens u use??
     
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    i just use a pencil then go over it with a sharpie....but if you want quality pens then get sumthin with indian ink in it. those are always good. first.
     
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    seeks_oner - Replied Oct 9, 2002

    k lol r those expensive ??? neways keep the tips coming ahahah
     
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    i dunno if theyre expensive.....but then again all art supplies are expensive.....unfortunately. i use to get indian ink pens free from my teacher back in high skool. so my suggestion to you is either rack or find a job. i dunno what else to recommend. oh yea....ball points work as well and you can get a pack of those for 2 or 3 bucks.
     
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    seeks_oner - Replied Oct 9, 2002

    ya

    ya lol i was gonna say i would rack em but i dont wanna get kicked off this thing lol .........i know a art store that i can get pilots so they shud hav pens with india ink in them..
     
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    seeks_oner - Replied Oct 9, 2002

    ....
     
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    neone????:eek:
     
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    i like plain old big blue ball points for skething...but sometimes i use the fine point sakura microns...those are really tight...especially for cross hatching...and they are easily rackable from staples. hope that helps.
     
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    seeks_oner - Replied Oct 9, 2002

    hey ser3adc do u know if they hav prismas at staples and if they are locked up or not and waht kinda pens like what company???
     
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    Ser3adc - Replied Oct 9, 2002

    ^^yea...staples has got the 12 pack of prismas...a pair of baggy jeans and a belt and you're good to go...and not locked up...as for the pens...the ballpoints are the bic ones with the clear shell...with the pointed blue cap...and the other kind i mentioned are sakuras...they got them in the drafting section with all the other art shit.
     
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    seeks_oner - Replied Oct 10, 2002

    where do u live like what staples do u go to??
     
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    Barf - Replied Oct 10, 2002

    ^ Every staples has prismas.
     
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    Admin - Replied Oct 10, 2002

    crayola
     
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    merce - Replied Oct 10, 2002

    prisma r well expensive a guy tried 2 sell me em from a shop for like $60 for a pak of 6
     
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    SWIMS - Replied Oct 10, 2002

    prismas

    I paid about 50 for a box of 72 prisma's. well worth it, you can blend them almost like paint and unlike markers you can layer them on top of eachother. Verrum also makes fine tip markers with interchangable tips.
     
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