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I like Rough finished watercolor paper. I never could remember which was which but I don't like the hard flat stuff in watercolor paper or even my Bristol. I like tooth and texture. I like to extra time the rougher paper allows so you don't get those edges. We use #90 lbs because we can run it through the large format copiers at Kinkos but the #300 lbs stuff is so much fun to work on. It's like painting on a wet sponge.
Holy melons Justice!!
Loving that Spidey/Black Cat piece...
could Black Widow's bust be any... bustier??
'Knock me down I get right back up again, I come back stronger than a Powered-Up Pac-Man..."- Lily Allen, Mark Ronson 'Oh My God'
DK Deviant Art
wow! can you teach me how to draw like you.
Great work. How effective is white ink? I've only ever used White Out and never considered the potential of White India Ink. I'm thinking of the white ink in the Speed-ball Special picture.
What brand do you use? Is the ink opaque enough to block out black ink?
White ink is a godsend when you need to make SFX and to enhance line-work or to just plain ole fix sloppy lines. I use FW india ink in black and white as well as Speedball black ink. FW is very thick and will crack if applied too heavy. I need to check out Pro White as that seems to be the standard for pro's.
Last edited by Justice41; 01-14-2008 at 06:53 PM.