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    Hi everyone I have been a lurker for years and thought to myself that it was time to get out of the closet. So here goes latest stuff from my sketchbook.

    C&C more then welcome

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    Sketchcrawl in Copenhagen, Denmark - pen and watercolor

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    Sketchcrawl in Randers, Denmark - Kuretage Brushpen

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    Sketchcrawl in Randers, Denmark - Kuretage Brushpen

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    Sketchcrawl in Randers, Denmark - Kuretage Brushpen

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    Random guy from google - Kuretage Brushpen

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    The frigate Denmark, Sketchcrawl in Randers, Denmark - Kuretage Brushpen

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    I love the watercolors in the first photo. your use of the brushpen really creates some amazing contrast with lights and darks. fantastic.

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    thanks my use of the brush pen makes exact line work hard but I feel it adds some life and energy to my lines.

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    I love good ol' traditionnal drawings. The frigate and the last one are particularly pleasing to the eye, I especially like the way you handled the tiled roof and reflections in windows. The merely suggested cars in the third from the top do work very well too. Thanks for sharing!

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    Really nice, meticulous work here. Please share more.

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    Really nice environments man!

    Which pen are you using for the inks? some kind of brush pen?

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    since you all took the time to comment the least I can do is reply

    @AlexDL: Thx for your comments and you mention everything I myself like about 'em. There are some flaws in there but that's the beauty of pens, you have both happy and not so happy accidents. But happy or not, not much you can do about it once your pen touches the paper

    @Misty Feather: thx I will try to

    @Oatestwder: Thx, Even though I suspect your joking, I will give into it just in case you aren't

    I use a "kuretake no 8" the standard ink isn't water proof and that's why I don't do any shading in the above. I am planning to remedy that with some platinum waterproof ink, that should be on it's way to me as I type this

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    Visiting friends in southern Denmark. View from arm-chair - waiting for breakfast.
    Brushpen and highlight with white color pencil.

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    I wasn't joking at all! I us the Pentel Pocketbrush and Pigment ink brush pen personally, but I'll have to try out the Kuretake.

    "Simon, believe in yourself. Not in the Simon that you believe in, and not in the Simon that I believe in either. Believe in the Simon who believes in you"
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    It's absolutely the best brush pen I have tried it has my warmest recommendations.

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    THE OPEN DOOR.

    DUN DUN DUNNN...

    Keep it up. :3

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