canson bristol

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Dragon and Geisha

Unique Traditional artwork made with:

  • - Black ink/White and golden ink
  • - Copic/Prismacolor/Touch markers
  • - Made on Canson Bristol 14x17" cardboard paper

On sale at 70$CAN and shippable anywhere, if you are interested : please contact me by email via cinensis.artwork@gmail.com and it will be a pleasure to answer any questions you may have about it or complete the purchase.

Thank you very much and please help by reblogging!

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The Black Dahlia

This is a gift for my Opa for Christmas, who has grown absolutely beautiful dahlias for as long as I can remember. I really enjoyed the simplicity of the floral aspect, it was a lovely project and I’m so happy with the final product! robbersandcowards did a fantastic job framing it for me, thank you very much!

20 hours // pigment liner on canson bristol // 10" diameter

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Salutations Everyone! 

I am opening up 4 exclusive slots for Traditional artworks commissions. This will be the only commissions I will take for the Spring/Summer time so if you are interested, now is the time!

ALL COMMISSIONS TAKEN WILL BE STARTED AFTER APRIL 7th 

Here are the general informations regarding this type of commission.

- Commission cost :100$CAN 

- made on 14x17″ cardboard paper Canson Bristol. ( It’s quite big and cannot be rolled) 

- Lineart is made using a dipping pen with Black and White Ink. Gold and Silver ink is also available if needed.

- Coloured with Alcohol markers : Copic/Prismacolors/Touch 

- Can be shipped anywhere and is included in the commission cost. ( If you request a type of shipment with a tracking number, additional cost will be applied.)

General rules: 

- If you are interested in purchasing a slot : Send an email at cinensis.artwork@gmail.com with the detail of your commission and if it requires a deadline or not. I will do my best to help you or answer any questions you may have ~ 

- Payment is requested via a Paypal invoice sent at your email address. Commissions slots will be tackled via order of payments. 

- A confirmation sketch will be sent before proceeding to the final inking in order to make sure everything meet all requirements. 

- You can request to see a WIP anytime after the initial sketch has been sent, in order to see the progression.

- Another confirmation will be sent after it’s shipped as well as an estimation of the arrival time. 

- Do not accept : NSFW , Extreme gore, artworks of Fics you don’t have the permission of the author for, morally insensitive/problematic suggestions. ( Islamophobic/homophobic/acephobic/racist/incestuous/abusive etc……. )

- I hold the right to refuse a commission if I deem it outside of my range of capacities or outside of my comfort zone regarding the subject of the piece. Adjustment can be made in order to make sure everyone is comfortable doing the artwork requested.

Thank you very much and please help by reblogging! <3

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Sarah Manning - orphanblack

From sketch to finished product.

Copic Sketch Markers & Pen - 11x14" Canson Bristol.

LC Morgan, 2014.

@hayley-studies 30 Day Studyblr Challenge, Day 1: A picture of your supplies

From left to right, it is: 4 composition notebooks for all of my classes, all of my pens, markers, etc (Le Pen, Crayola, fountain pen, and sharpies), a 3 subject notebook, and a Canson XL Recycled Bristol drawing paper notebook, used for revisions and study guides. 

madebyflou  asked:

wow, keep up the good work! what tools do you use?

Thank you madebyflou!

My tools:
I use the coloured pencil (1 - Koh-I-Noor Polycolor) or the big lead one (3 - Koh-I-Noor Versatile) for blocking out and the regular pencil (2 - Staedtler Mars Lumograph) for tighter stuff. When inking it varies what I go for, but generally it’s the brush (4 - Raphael 8408), nib (5 - Gillott 303) and the brush pen (6 - Pentel Pocket Brush). Most colouring I do digitally (7 - Cintiq 24HD. Long time super fan of the good old Intous 3, however it messed up my shoulder not meeting a good height at my desk), but use coloured ink from time to time.

I prefer Talons or Pelican drawing ink, mostly using Canson or Letraset Bristol Board.