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Copic Markers 9-Piece Multiliner Inking Pen Set B-2, Black (MLB2)
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9 Reddit comments about Copic Markers 9-Piece Multiliner Inking Pen Set B-2, Black (MLB2):

u/heyredridinghood · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I drew you both! I hope you enjoy. n_n

/u/186394 is the Future Robot as he is now known as since the amnesia. I did my best to remind him of his unusual bouts of thoughts and self awareness. He is very calculated and knowing, but generous and kind.

/u/Anitaxjffdskjarizard is a beautiful cardinal. One day she placed a mask upon her head and it would not come off. As the days passed by the mask slowly consumed her body and reshaped her form. Months had passed and feathers began to spout. It turns out the mask turned her into her true for and the transformation is complete.

art thing.

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u/foxygrandd · 2 pointsr/bulletjournal
u/Pantelima · 2 pointsr/doodles

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Copic Markers 9-Piece Multiliner Inking Pen Set B-2, Black (MLB2)

u/suicu · 2 pointsr/dndmaps

This is my weapon of choice:

But there's a 4-piece one as well if that one's too expensive. Any black liner pen will do though, I'd recommend getting sizes 03, 05, 08 and maybe a brush pen and maybe a 01 if you plan on doing a lot of details.

u/HabalaShabala · 1 pointr/Gunpla

theres some things you could try like wetbrushing and washing your juttings, but if you want an easy answer, buy a Copic Multiliner, they work great for lining edges that are otherwise a pain to do. They are not the standard brush tipped pens like Micron has, they are the stiff-heads. The reason i tell you to choose them over something like sharpie, is they actually write along the surface. Take a sharpie to plamo and youll see how the pen head isnt able to put down ink like you want it too. Micron will sort of, but it wipes off even after days.


HoweverCopic Multiliners do not wipe off, and smoothly leave ink.

u/NobleHalcyon · 1 pointr/DCcomics

I've always had a hard time helping people when it comes to drawing. I draw a lot in my spare time. I won't say I'm a professional artist or professional level, but at the risk of sounding arrogant I will say that my art is much better than many of the artists DC and Marvel employ today. Getting to that level isn't necessarily difficult - the difficulty comes when you try to break into the industry or when you have to start adding elements like paneling or accommodating for inking, text boxes, and coloring. Here's a few tips and the supplies that I personally use.

Tips to Learn

  • Never be satisfied. While someone else says, "man, that's so badass!" about something I draw, I'm focused on why the left shoulder is out of proportion with the right, why one small area is shaded in a way that argues with the direction of the light source, why the right nostril is a sliver higher than the left, etc. I don't think there are many artists who say, "man, I am at the perfect level of artistic talent." That's when they start turning in shitty, formulaic drawings and people really start to notice the quality slipping. Look no further than Frank Miller's work on DKIII. His writing has been great so far, but every piece of art that he's touched is sloppy and complacent. Never think that your art is good enough - always strive to be better.

  • Draw. A lot. Draw stupid, simple things. Draw complex things. Draw things that you've drawn before and add more details to them. Just draw. I wouldn't waste money on classes or books...there are many great resources online that you can Google specific questions to find. But it comes down to this: there isn't a "right answer". Get action figures and place them under a lamp. Draw them, paying special attention to the shadows and light source. Take a picture of your hand in various poses and draw then over and over. Just draw.

  • Take it slow kimosabe. Go slowly at first. People who are just starting out see other artists who have years of experience drawing an anatomically correct and detailed person from head to toe in thirty minutes or less and think that's the norm. It's not. I know how a male tricep is supposed to look because I've drawn it a billion times. I know where obliques are supposed to be and I know when an artist is taking liberties with the human form. I know how to draw a distinctive neck and large trapezius muscles. I know how quadraceps look and I know how calves look. Beginners don't. Don't make the mistake of trying to match someone's speed. In the Army we had a saying: "slow is smooth, smooth is fast." It has never let me down.


  • Mechanical pencils. Mechanical pencils are a key point for me because they're consistent. I've found that the amount of pressure I apply when using an old-fashioned pencil varies with the sharpness of the graphite. This means that when I sharpen the pencil, I go from using a dull point (more pressure) to a sharp point (which requires less pressure). That means that I put more pressure on the sharp point at first, crack the graphite and little bits of it go all over the page. Mechanical pencils also eliminate line variation - the width of a line that a sharp point produces is a far cry from the width of a dull line. Find a good, refillable pencil. You want a decent one that you'll use repeatedly...the more familiar you are with a single tool the more the tool becomes an extension of yourself to carry out your vision. I like my Tul 0.5mm pencils. Though I've used others in the past as well.

  • Distinct Erasers. I use a larger eraser for larger areas, and I actually just use regular Bic Erasers from cheap Bic Pencils for spot erasures. I would love to just use the erasers on my drawing pencil, but you'll find that tends to disappear real quick.

  • Paint Brush. Yep, I use a paintbrush when drawing, but not to add anything to the page. I found that when I erase things in any large amount and try to brush it off with my hand, some of those eraser shavings get caught under my hand and drag through the pencil markings, making more smudges than normal. I just use the massive brush in this pack. Those brushes are totally shit for painting, but they work great for brushing off my sketches to prevent smudges.

  • Paper. I am kind of particular about the paper I draw on. The 8.5'' x 11'' computer paper just doesn't really cut it for me anymore. I need something with a texture to it...I can't remember the brand, but I found an awesome stapled soft-cover sketchbook at Michael's for under $5, and I loved it. I haven't been able to find it since. However, when I want to do something more permanent than a sketch, I use comic book boards. Even if I'm not going to actually turn it into a comic page, I like the size and feeling of the boards.

  • Copic Liners. I am very new to inking. I straight up would never want to do this as a profession. I hate it. There are some artists who can sketch and ink, but I just don't have the inking vision for comics. I look at it, get a vague idea and just roll with it, whereas I have a much more specific idea when sketching that I can usually convey. When I pivot during sketches, it's usually because I'm adding something fun and neat. If I pivot during inking, it's because I've fucked up somewhere or am worried about the end results. I have a bad tendency to over-ink, too. I always feel like my inking ruins my artwork. That being said, I have used Faber Castell pens in the past...they're okay in my opinion. Definitely entry-level. I'm currently using Prismacolor liners. They're also okay. Either are decent for just starting. I will say that once I get a better handle on inking, I'll probably start buying something like Copic Multiliners. I've heard nothing but great things about these. This is a good article about inking tools.

u/BLACKtyler · 1 pointr/anime

I hear that! these are actually what I was talking about.

u/RedOddJobs · 1 pointr/Gunpla

Copic Markers 9-Piece Multiliner Inking Pen Set B-2, Black (MLB2)

Is this what you mean?