I have! But I can’t seem to find the post, so here’s a new one!
My main squeeze is that bad boy in the front, the Pentel pocket brush. I used the same one on the entirety of Play Ball, which took about two years to do, and the tip stayed nice and sharp and gave me the best lines I could hope for, so I highly recommend it! The ink comes in replaceable (or refillable if you prefer other inks) cartridges, and is super easy to use and keep clean. Love it.
I like white erasers like magic rub or that tri eraser there. Low smudge and easy to handle. And it won’t roll away bc of its shape.
Gelly roll and uniball signo white pens are great for thinning out lines or popping a few white details into black areas. Great for strands of hair, stars, texture details that lie in shadows, etc. Just don’t try to white out too large an area or they’ll start to gray out. Clear the tip regularly while using them by rolling in a blank area.
Faber Castell Pitt pens. Archival quality ink and water fast. Great for detail, lettering, etc. I have them in every size.
Blue pencil. Easy to drop the blue channel out of your scans in photoshop. I’m about to move to mechanical blue lead, though, because I’m over pencil shaving and blunt tips.
Regular old mechanical bic. I bought a huge pack of them for super cheap that is going to last me until the end of time. No sharpening, easy to travel with, low stress if you lose one.
I love Holbein inks. Nice and black, water fast, archival, affordable.
I hope that helps!