You decide! The women in my life can pretty much be both! lol
This started out as an inking practice which then became a painting. Thanks to the kind folks at SGComic for their C+Cs on the original wip
wow, beautiful work
Very fine detail on her figure, did you use a reference, or is she in your mind?
Love the angel wings too, the feather effect looks sweet.
Looks like she's batting for both teams, if you dig me.
Most brush/ink bleeds is due to paper or ink... but yeah its mostly the paper. The paper I work on is quite thick so its quite resistent to bleeding. Mmm... smoother surfaces tend to prevent bleeding too. I dun like brush pens too much tho.... they die to quite. Suggest going to art friend and getting a good brush like the Kolinsky Raphael. It has an orange tip. I like no.2 for size. But also depends on the style too. I like brush more for the organic. For semi organic Id go with microns.... and inorganic the gtec is good for me... As for nibs/croquills/gpens, yeah it does seem scratchy a bit at first, but u get used to it. It shouldnt be much different from using a gtec or the mitsubishi gel pens for choo choo. Just a matter of dipping and being a bit more precise than the ur usual style. I like the tachikoma schoolpen no.5 for most of my nib use. Can get as fine as a .2 .
hey pup Yup using a zebra brush pen to ink the work. You still using the drawing pens to ink? I have been trying to experiment with inking nibs but ink flow is quite a problem for me (too used to pens lah lol) ^_^
valentines is authentic puppy work plus real watercolor some more! must fav! ha ha
Hehe I tried brushpens before but you know la, too much bleeding O_o, you know maybe try different paper, may help! the inking nibs I also tried before, they scratch paper surfaces and may cause even more bleeding (dooh) maybe can ask Dominic for tipsy
hahaha thanks ar