So I haven't been on these forums in many years, and I had a long lull in drawing (shame..). Anyway, I'm a big ink and marker guy, and I've been trying to find a good white ink that will lay nicely on my copics.
I hear ProWhite is good, and that I can dilute it to different opacities. But the main thing I really want is to fill my own markers so I can essentially have white versions of these:
and even fatter (like the copic nibs)
The only thing I've seen people use ProWhite in are fountain pens... I haven't really seen any good nibs that are compatible... is ProWhite too thick? What if it was thinned out a lot, and I laid down multiple layers to get a thicker white?
Does anyone have any suggestions? I really want something that lays flat like markers, unlike white out pens.. and something that can be diluted to low opacity whites..
Any suggestions would be great!
Thanks so much!