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    Drawing tools and questions about these tools!!!

    Hello, People,my name is Peter, i think this thread to be a good opportunity to show us your drawing tools, or just to ask or share your opinion about some drawing tools, this can be more helpful for some of us.Thanks, i hope to see more of you here, and don't be shame to ask or share what is your favourite drawing method,tools or technique!(Traditional media tutorials - made by you-is also accepted)





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    Windsor&Newton oil paints. 10-20 colours or so.
    Brush. Size 10. Flat. Hog.
    Mechanical pencil. 2H-6H
    Regular pencil. HB
    Leadholder. B-6B
    Brushpen pentel.

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    !...

    ...please...please...tell me that you're not always that neat... pld:

    My stuff looks like it was buried under the Brooklyn Bridge for 100 years and unearthed by hungry pigs...




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    my weapon of choice simple but effective



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilaekae View Post
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    ...please...please...tell me that you're not always that neat... pld:

    My stuff looks like it was buried under the Brooklyn Bridge for 100 years and unearthed by hungry pigs...

    heheh no Ilaekae i'm not that neat
    and about your tools let we seem them

    PS. Please folks, if you want to show us your stuff - show us, but please don't post some funy images from internet!

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    Well the collection ain't important it's what you do with it.
    Dunno why you would need so many graphite pencils.

    Anyway here is my hobby set

    color stuff:
    8 color pantone tria markers
    15 soft pastels
    24 watercolors + couple of old brushes
    bunch of Acrylic paints + brushes.
    wacom + Pianter/photoshop

    sculpting
    some standard sculp tools

    And my sketch tools
    12 mars lumograph pencils 4H-6B
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    this seems pretty much like the show your studios thread

    not sure how to add my sketchbook as a link but heres wher eits at yo
    Foodogs sketchblog
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    One pencil... one eraser.....

    Oh, & a pencil sharpener..(not shown, lol)

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    (The contents of my pencil case)

    I got buckets of other stuff too, but this is all bring for sketching.

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    Staz, I love those Derwent Pencils. Just about the only ones I use.

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    only tools needed and mostly used

    my pencil
    my eraser
    my wacom

    (all the other stuff in the box includes pens, inks, charcoals pencils are mainly for show and cause the chicks dig it)

    -JL

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    Thank you guys and keep posting
    btw -JL - cool tablet

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    My color stuff

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    I dunno what kind of shit you'e planning atlantik, but uh..too much shit really..You got enough supplies for like 4-90 people...

    I use the other brand of pencil that is awesome besides Derwent, but the name eludes me...S something...A wacom and some sketchbooks, a moleskine, and...my mind...that's it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stark View Post
    I dunno what kind of shit you'e planning atlantik, but uh..too much shit really..You got enough supplies for like 4-90 people...

    I use the other brand of pencil that is awesome besides Derwent, but the name eludes me...S something...A wacom and some sketchbooks, a moleskine, and...my mind...that's it
    hehe I don't planning anything Stark,just like i sayd I'm a drawing tool maniak, that's it

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    Stark... you mean Sanford? Those are my other favorites.

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    Staedtler maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLAlfaro View Post
    only tools needed and mostly used

    my pencil
    my eraser
    my wacom

    (all the other stuff in the box includes pens, inks, charcoals pencils are mainly for show and cause the chicks dig it)

    -JL

    man....what wacom is that and can i have it?
    ok i kid. i still wanna know which one it is. it looks sexy!

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    hand made, cold press paper napkins. 100 count. Great tooth and provides a lot of texture in my life drawing.
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    MY BABIES!
    hah, from left to right...

    pentel red colour brush pen, 0.7 mech pencil (cost like £2 with 5 refills of lead! ), the trusty pentel pocket brush pen, 4 sized faber castell ink pens, rubber and lead, random fountain bic pen, two pencils, one 6b one 2h, harmonica for some reason... wanted to see how it'd look scanned

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    wow those are some pretty sweet collection... especially the guy with the wacom screen thingy...but can someone help me out please? i love art and everywhich way it can go but i need help with some tools. um my grandpa lives in germany and is willing to get me some supplies for cheap but my mind is going crazy and second i need help on deciding on which size wacom intuos i should get. cause' the 4x5 seems wired cause you would have to draw smaller than normal paper but o'well. imma noobie and just need some CONCEPTART help. plz plz plz can any one help me? just message me or however we contact each other on this site. ^_^

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    ummm.....draw with PAINT on the FLOOR! Yeah!

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    Pic 1: It's hard to see the tablet but it's in there also Penne Arriabata with meatballs. Breakfast of champions.


    Pic 2: Sweet ass tackle box filled with a little bit of everything including water color crayons, those are fun. Also in the white bag is plaster mix and red clay. Edit: Now with handy censoring because I just realized you can see my junk through my shorts. Feel free to enjoy my finely sculpted calve though.

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    nice thread,
    these are the things i always got with me / the things i work with most of the time

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    very cool tools guys
    Hey can anyone tell me what kind of brands is this and how it working?

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    probably this http://www.jacksonsart.co.uk/backgro...ems_99_drawing

    or something to that extent, yay, i can see my tools on kat's screen =]

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    During one night I painted intensely self-portrait. Later in the early morning I turned the lamp on and the scratches revealed my struggle.
    That's my magic Wacom .



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    Quote Originally Posted by dkounios View Post
    man....what wacom is that and can i have it?
    ok i kid. i still wanna know which one it is. it looks sexy!
    Yes, she is sexy
    Its the Cintiq 20 a little over 20" of tablet display, with the sensitivity of a rabbit clitoris-customized shortcut buttons, full physical screen rotation and tilt. I can lay her down flat on my lap, sit her on a 45 degree angle on my desk, sit her up like a normal display... I love her, but shes a sometimes, everyone that sees her just wants to use her...and she loves it.

    Farvus- ...er...hey man youre not suppose to sharpen the tip of your stylus...damn

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    JLAlfaro - Hehe. I didn't sharpen the tip. It got a bit angular after one year of using it so I replaced it with new one.
    These scratches are actually nothing serious. The photo was made few months ago and the surface is still very smooth

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    atlantik-> that brush pen is by Niji®. it's called a waterbrush. I have several of these and have had good results. they do tend to wear out, but i've also been putting different shades of inkwash in them (some pale, some richer). if you use one with just water and have a dry watercolor or guoache pallette, in my experience it's good to have an entire different pen charged with water and ready to go... esp. in a life drawing session where time is tight. good product though, i give it my guggendorsement...

    gug

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