Pentel Brush VS J.Herbin Creapen! FIGHT! I don’t know why but I prefer the Lion Creapen made hahaha, but I prefer the brush flexibility of the Pentel Brush. I feel stinted with creating thin to thick lines with the creapen. Maybe I’ll find a use for it sometime in the future, but for now it will be be a useful black marker.
J.Herbin Creapen: Do Not Buy. In line with my recent love affair with brush pens, I bought this in the hopes of supplementing my brush pen collection. Totally diaappointes with this pen and at nearly the same price as my Pentel Pocket Brush Pen. The line is too thick and line width is not that controllable/flexible. I will post comparisons.
Dragon’s Dogma Art Book. One of my Osaka finds. I spent three hours in Mandarake browsing and this is my only find. I’m using it as reference for an Instagram comic I’m planning
ZIG Millennium Pens. I’ve yet to test these pens fully. With the few pens I’ve tested, I really like the line it creates. Samples and mini-review to follow.
Asgardian Storm by Daniel Govar for Motor City Comic Con 2013
Freezing ink! File under: things i learned at TCAF, and I’m sorry for drawing Paul Pope so poorly.
Paul Pope, Becky Cloonan, and Ink Desserts