Can we see what you have in your pencil case please :D
Sure thing! what a cute question lol
the patch is from mokuyobi! I haven’t ironed it on yet
it’s got so much spaaaaace!!
I love that it has a little pouch I can put my pencil sharpener in so it won’t get dust everywhere
contents: (top) my pocket brush pen and my flat-lead pencil
(from left to right) a couple of old copics in primary colors, my greyscale markers, a modified sharpie, two water brush pens but one is filled with ink, a cute spare pencil, chisel tip sakura pens, a stabilo all-pencil (I love this thing I need to buy more colors), and my main drawing pencils. I love my sumo grip lol
You have no idea how long it took me to do this. Not that it was particularly difficult or anything, it’s just that, with the moving, and the fact that I had neither my tablet nor a computer, I couldn’t finish this. But finally, I got my tablet, and I got around to it. And I like it. Since I had to download Sketchbook Pro onto this computer, all my settings had reset, and I couldn’t find my font. So I just handwrote their names with a chisel tip pen, and honestly, I think it looks good. I took a little bit of inspiration from BobBricks, with Bansha’s hair. And I really liked the bow that he did, but I didn’t want to just start copying his stuff. So I went for a more simple design, especially since Soul Archer probably lived back in the medieval times or something. I also like to think that Bansha was one of the Elemental Masters of Sound, and was one of the Masters who joined the Anacondrai during the Serpentine War and was Banished along with Morro. Anyway, I’m most likely going to finish the ghosts with Wrayth and Ghoultar. I’m not going to do all the other ghosts, especially since BobBricks did most of them, and there’s nothing I can really add to them to make them different.
Contrary to what some of you might think, I can wield a pen or brush just as well as any spatula or wire whisk. I thought some of you might be interested to see a few of the tools I use for lettering.
Some of these represent only one of a multitude in my stash of others that are like them, such as the Pentel Color Brushes, folded pens, or “cola pens”, the Copic markers, flat and round brushes, and of course, all of the tens of Speedball and Mitchell Roundhand nibs attached to holders.
From left to right:
The essential pencil
Handmade cola pen – what I used to create the word, “Calligraphy”
Bamboo dip pen
Wide flat brush
Chisel-edge dip pen
Tiny chisel-edge dip pen
Long bristle pointed brush
3.8mm Pilot parallel pen
Handmade copper chisel-edge dip pen
Copperplate dip pen
Extra fine Zebra ballpoint pen
Old bamboo brush (possibly my favorite tool here)
Pentel Color Brush
6mm Pilot parallel pen
Pointed brush (not sure why this particular one made the lineup)
Pigma Micron pen
An old chisel-edged dip pen – one that dispenses ink superbly
back to hand-made sketchbooks! this is a small one (around 5"x5") i made in the spring semester. the paper is pretty thick, much more absorbent than the moleskine, so i’m happy to be more experimental with my media now! though it doesn’t show in this page.