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How does he colour his art? and where may I get the tools he uses.
havent really seen ol spiney around at any forums in about a year or so, heheh.
well, anyways, im pretty sure he uses prismacolor markers or tria markers for the coloring. also, i think for some pieces he will do a sketch or lineart and then make photocopies to apply color to.
you can get markers at just about any art supply store.
try out some different types of markers on different types of paper. theres prismacolor markers, trias, ad markers, and several other types i know of. i tend to prefer the trias...nice colors and three tips, but are usually a bit more expensive. prismacolors are pretty good too as long as youre not coloring large areas...they dry out reeeeally quickly. you can usually use some rubbing alchohol to bring them back to life if they dry out too much. ad markers are great for coloring large areas, but they will bleed alot on certain papers. theyre really nice for doing larger renderings on newsprint or vellum though
hope that helps
Thanx for the info. .