overbygr replied to your post “elvenham answered to your post “Where can I buy technical pens?” I’ve…”
IMO rapidographs are not a good technical pen for art. I bought a few for hand-lettering but I wouldn’t use them for art. they’re finicky and clog up to easily and the ink can clot if you don’t hold it right. great for lettering, not for much else.
We used them for lettering in graphic design class back in high school and I got hooked on them. Sure, handling them takes more time and effort than a normal pen but these are the only ones that make my lineart look good. I like fine line markers too but they use shitty ink that’s just never dark enough and goes blurry after erasing the draft underneath. Not to mention that even the “waterproof” ones get smeared when trying to color the painting with watercolor. I never had that problem with lineart drawn with technical pens.
HE LOOKS LIKE SUCH A DORK! HAHAA!
Now look what you did!
I hope you’re proud of yourself!
The funny part is that while one of these pens cost almost $50 in the USA, you can buy 3 of them barely used in Hungary for ~$15. I might just do that and get it shipped here. It would still be under $30 that way.
I’ve heard a lot of people mention jetpens.com. Otherwise, art/craft stores might have some—Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc.
Yesss I found them on jetpens.com, thank you so much!
YISSSS wait what
16 After Dende became Earth’s guardian and modified the burnt out Dragon Balls created by Kami and gave Shenron the power to grant three wishes, what would you wish for after collecting all the Dragon Balls?
Don’t you always have to wish for Krillin’s resurrection? :D
But yeah I’d probably wish to live in the same happy place with my family and friends.