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lovely line work….what mediums do you use biltonben?
Hi Karin sorry for the late reply.I use graphic markers and then i drop it into photoshop to finish it off.
….Hi , thanx for that info!can you tell me where do might purchase graphic markers from?…i’ve been looking at fashion illustrators and notice a lot of them use these as well….I wouldn’t mind getting some in the future :).
Hey KarenI use pantone tria markers.. You can buy them from specialist art stores or there are lots of websites online where you can purchase them..Also take a look at these.. Touch markers, magic markers, and kurecolor markers.I hope this helps.
Ben thank you so much!I will investigate these very soonwith a birthday coming up i am in the market to get some nice new marker pens!you’ve been so helpfuli really appreciate itkeep up the wndful art Ben!! :)