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100 Days of Productivity

Day 06/100 07.21.17

So school is coming up in a month and ahh I’m excited!~~~ I decided to get my supply and clothing list done so I can start buying things little by little. I start on August 21st. How about you guys? I’m also going to buy my first Leuchtrum within the next 2 weeks for school so super excited for that too! 

Lastly I really want to start interacting with you guys so I’m going to leave questions and you can answer either answer in the comments or message me! Truthfully I really want to start talking to more studyblrs out there so don’t be shy and send me a message!

Supplies Used:

  • Crayola SuperTips
  • Uni-ball Signo 0.7 (black)
  • Staedtler triplus fineliner (Black)
  • Faber Castell Pitt artist pen // size B (Black)
  • Striped Washi (from Micheals)
  • “Notes” Sticky Notepad (from Target dollar section;))

Hello! I’m new to Studyblr so I thought I’d take my first post as an opportunity to introduce myself.

  • I’m Joel and I come from the UK!
  • I’m 17 years old and I was born on the 11th February.
  • I’m a first year A-Level Student studying English Literature, History & Mathematics.
  • I’m an INFJ and a Ravenclaw.
  • I hope to study English at a University, it’s one of my greatest passions.
  • I own a bullet journal and often tend to forget to keep updating it. But, I’m trying to make Sundays my spread drawing days.
  • I’m left handed, the only one in my family!
  • I love to read, some of my favourite authors include Sarah J. Maas, Susan Dennard, Rainbow Rowell, J.K Rowling, Marie Lu & Leigh Bardugo.
  • I confess not to having read many classic novels, but I’m trying to change that this year by reading at least 15 classics.
  • I want to become an author or someone who works within the publishing world.
  • Procrastination is my worst enemy, and I suffer from it a lot! :(
  • I watch tv, play video games, listen to music or read books in my spare time. Asian dramas are the best tv, hands down.

@studyquill@focusign@studyblr@studypetals@caffestudy - @studycoffees -  @rhubarbstudies - @studylilacs - @emmastudies - @studywithinspo - @sprouht-studies

All of these studyblrs are amazing so I highly recommend checking them out (Although you might already have them in your followers list!)

Currently, I use a Muji 0.5mm Ballpoint Pen to write class notes with and I do my titles with a Faber Castell PITT Artist Pen. For added colour, I have the other colours in the Muji 0.5mm set but also a set of 50 Crayola Supertip Pens which are kind of like Mildliners. For Bullet Journaling, I like to use a Leuchtturm1917 notebook, I love the feel of the notebooks. 

I’m so excited to meet you all! Reblog this post if you’re a Studyblr too so I can follow you :D


100 Days of Productivity

Day 08/100

Just a quick Stationery Haul! I remember when I first got into this community and loved seeing all the stationery must haves that everyone would include in their gorgeous pictures. Now that I have a lot of these things I’m so grateful! (BTW for anyone wondering, my Muji package came in the mail today!)


  • Staedtler 4pk Black Fineliners
  • Uni-ball Signo 2pk Black Gel Pens (0.7)
  • Pilot G2 12pk Colorful Gel Pens (0.7)
  • Pilot G2 3pk Black Gel Pens (0.38)
  • Muji 12 pk Colorful Gel Pens (0.5)
  • 2 Muji A4 Recycle Paper Notebooks (7mm Ruled [college ruled])
  • 2 Muji Rubber Grip Polycarbonate Mechanical Pencils (0.5 Lead)
  • Zebra Mildliner Highlighters (3 of the 5pks // not the new one :()
  • Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens (Brush & Soft Brush)
  • Leuchtterm 1917 Grid Notebook in Anthracite (or Grey)
  • Crayola Supertips 50pk

casually-screams-into-the-abyss  asked:

Hey doll! I am sorry I keep asking you things, but you're so kind and helpful! I hope you are having a great day! Anyways, I was wondering about the calligraphy (fancy handwriting) how do you learn to do that? Are there any resources for it? Thanks doll! *hugs*

Hello! I’m sorry it took so long for me to reply to you! I got so busy all of a sudden with review classes and all (thus the lack of original content haha). I’m so glad that you’re asking me questions, so don’t apologize! Here’s a masterpost of several resources that I’ve found online and also a collection of my own tips and techniques! Hope you enjoy reading! I’ll try including some of my own pics, but alas my lighting is terrible. Disclaimer: I AM NO EXPERT!

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Hotaru Kirigakure, lil brother of Saizo. character of Samurai love ballad party, an otome game of Voltage Inc.

It’s quite the speed fanart, less than 2h to do it full. Because i wanted to draw, but it’s quite hot here :(

I wanted Hotaru to look a bit more mature than usual, i hope you like it.

Traditional art done with Faber-castell Pitt artist pens.

The colour sepia from different manufacturers’ pens: Copic, Derwent, and Faber Castell.

Each companies’ sepia is of a different value, which translates to having a variety of hues. In this case it gives me the choice of a light, medium, and dark sepia.

I need to do more comparisons to discover the differences in hues of colours of the same name by different manufacturers.

Welcome to part one of The Stationery Crash Course series where I explain the different types of various stationery goods and their compatibility with different materials. All posts can be found here!

This week I’m going to explore the wonderful world of markers. The word ‘marker’ is an umbrella term in which many tools fall under. Markers, textas, highlighters, fineliners we’ve all used them at one point in our lives. Common traits that all markers share would be:

  • A bold tip and stroke
  • Pigmented colours
  • Distinguishable against other writing tools.
  • Ghosting and bleeding on standard paper

There are two types of markers, practical markers and art markers, and their many sub-classifications in between. There are some that blend in between these two types! Let’s make a mark on it and explore the different types of markers, shall we?

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my favorite stationery by function!


Black Gel Pens - for writing things down and doodling
+ Pentel EnergelPilot B2P, Muji Gel

Zebra Mildliners - for highlighting and decorating

Black Brush Pens - for calligraphy headers
+ Tombow Dual ABT, Pentel Fude Touch, Sakura Koi Coloring

Correction Tape - for quickly covering mistakes
+ Tombow Mono (only one rec because this is the best correction tape ever)

Math and Drafting

0.5 mm HB Mechanical Pencils - for precise drawing and neat work
+ Pentel GraphGear 500Muji Aluminum (fun story one time I lost the eraser cap and was seriously considering going all the way downtown to buy a new one of these)

Erasers - for mistakes
+ Tombow Mono, Pentel Ain, Staedtler Mars Plastic

Design and Drawing

#2 Woodcase Pencils - for sketching
+ Dixon Ticonderoga, PaperMate Mirado Black Warrior

0.5 mm HB Mechanical Pencils - for refining details
+ recommendations above

Black Felt Tip Pens - for outlining 
Faber-Castell Pitt Artist, Staedtler Triplus Fineliner, Pilot Razor

Erasers - for mistakes
+ recommendations above, Prismacolor Gum Eraser

Markers - for coloring
+ BIC Permanent Markers, Copic Sketch, Crayola SuperTips

Correction Pen - for covering mistakes precisely
+ BIC Wite-Out

Bullet Journaling

Journal - duh
Leuchtturm1917 Medium Dotted

Black Felt Tip Pens - for writing things down
+ recommendations above

Black Gel Pens - for writing things down
+ recommendations above

Zebra Mildliners - for decorating


Cheap Pens 
+ BIC RoundStic 

Colorful Pens
+ Pilot G2, Pentel EnerGel, PaperMate Inkjoy 100


100 Days of Productivity

Day 05/100                                                                                                07.11.17

This is my second week of July set up. Tomorrow I’m going to see monsta x so yeeeeeee super excited!! If any of you are going to the concert tomorrow send me a message!! Also Save Me from BTS is still one of my favorite (of the many) songs of theirs so of course I had to include these quotes

*also let’s completely disregard how much of an idiot I am and pretend I didn’t write ‘this’ twice thanks v much.

Supplies Used:

Uniball Signo (black)

Pilot G2 0.38 (black)

Crayola Supertips (greenish colors & black)

Faber-Castell PITT artist pen B (black)


Hello November! This time I’m not that late with my monthly spread. Still keeping it minimal, I decided to go for a simple grid this time. Inspired by minimalistic bujo masters @plananotherday and @penpapersoul over at Instagram. On the right I plan my big tasks and events on a weekly basis. Mi weekly goals are to be listed on my dailies at the beginning of each week.

My quote for the month is from Laura Dekker, youngest solo sailor to circumnavigate the world. I was awed, when I came by her story, so I decided that this will be my spirit quote for November since is quite the tough month for me.

On more practical matters, the spread was done with a Pilot G-1 black, and Faber-Castell PITT artist pen on Permanent Green Olive and Cold grey I.


Hi, guys! It’s been a while since I did a proper blog post here. Today’s topic is ”My favourite art supplies". Lots of people on instagram have been asking me to show tools that I use and I’ve been struggling with it for a while. Because I’m a true hoarder artist (but not hardcore one), just thinking about everything I have scares me.
So, instead of showing you ALL tools, I decided to make a list of art supplies that I love and use in my daily doodling.

Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolor Sketcher’s Pocket Box
• Holbein Artists watecolor in Jaune Brilliant #1 and #2 (those two I use for skin) and Leaf Green
Pentel Aquash Watercolor brush
• COPIC Sketch and Chiao markers

Prismacolor Col-Erase pencils in Carmine Red and Lavender • Any kind of pencil type eraser
Moo Eraser
• Sharpener (brand doesn’t matter)
• Tiny bulldog clip for holding pages of sketchbook when I draw outside

• COPIC Multiliner 0.1 in Brown
• Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen XS in Black
• Micron liner 01 in Brown
• COPIC Multiliner 0.1 in Black
• Faber-Castell Brush Pen in Black and
Sakura White Gellyroll

• Target notebook that cost $1 and absolutely terrible, but I love it for brainstorming ideas and Raw sketches (do not recommend unless you like to struggle)
Global Art Materials Square Drawing Book in Ivory Black (all of my latest watercolor sketches are done in it)
Cottonwood Designer Sketchbook (my second absolutely favorite book)
Crescent RENDR No Show Thru Spiral Sketchbook (I use it with copics and so far its the only paper that doesn’t bleed alcohol markers on the back side of the page. The paper itself is weird and a bit grayish, but I got used to it)

I’d like to tell you more about every particular item and why I love them so much.. probably next time! ●ᴥ●
But if you’re really curious and can’t wait forever, feel free to ask me anything about listed products and I’ll try to help you.


My Everyday Sketching Materials

Hey guys! I get a lot of questions about what materials I use in my sketchbook, and these are the items I take with me everywhere! 

Prismacolor Verithin Colored Pencil in Crimson - This is by far my favorite red pencil to sketch with. I have tried just about every red pencil I can think of and in my opinion the verithin pencil in Crimson is the perfect shade and hardness for sketching with. I love the color because it’s not too orange or pink, it is just the right shade of reddish brown that works amazingly with drawing people and skin tones. My favorite part is being able to use it for a drawing, without having to erase it before I color using copics or watercolor! The colored pencil blends in beautifully with colors!     I use these up so fast and I have to use a pencil extender like the Generals wooden one pictured. 

Bic Ultra Round Stic Grip ballpoint pen-  I have been sketching with these pens for over 11 years now, sadly they don’t sell them in regular office supply stores anymore (I order them from amazon)   I love them because they allow me to create thick or thin sketchy lines without much effort. A lot of ink comes out when you press harder, and often builds up around the tip of the pen, if you are not careful it can leave blobs in your sketch, but hey! sketches do not have to be perfect!  There’s just something about the way these pens feel in my hands that I love.

Pentel Hi-Polymer Eraser in Black-  These erasers will get rid of anything! This is the only eraser I know of that will effectively erase colored pencil. With one swipe even the darkest pencil lines will be gone. They come in so many different sizes and they last so long. There is also a white version of this eraser but somehow it doesn’t erase as well.

Pentel GraphGear 1000 Lead Pencil in 0.9 -  I don’t usually use mechanical pencils or graphite often, but when I am drawing on tracing paper or I am adding tattoos to my drawings I use this pencil. It is really heavy and sturdy, and the tip completely retracts when you use the clip. It’s a nice pencil but really I could use any mechanical pencil as long as it is uses at least 0.7 lead. I love making thick and bold lines, so I use thicker pencils.

General’s Sketch & Wash Pencil- This is an interesting type of graphite pencil that creates an ink-looking wash when you brush water over it. It is always fun to draw a sketch with this pencil and going over with some water and making it look like a painting! These are relatively cheap and can be found at almost any art store.

Master’s Touch Round 4 Brush-  This is a nice brush to use while traveling, I only ever use round pointed brushes like this when working with ink or watercolor. This brand is cheap and I believe you can purchase it at Hobby Lobby, but I find that you don’t need to shell out $20 for a single brush to get great line quality or mark making. I have a few of this particular brush in different sizes and they are my favorite at the moment!

Faber Castell Artist PITT Brush Pens-  These markers are pretty awesome! They are super thick and have a brush tip, and they come in a lot of different colors! I usually just use the warm grey tones to add shading and definition to my sketches. 

I hope this helps! I will be doing a full video on youtube of the materials I take with me when traveling, if you’d like to subscribe you can go here: