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Conversation Between srb and C.A.
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  1. srb
    2008-10-08 13:44
    srb
    All the more reason to go!
  2. C.A.
    2008-10-08 13:40
    C.A.
    I see, I think I've only tried that a few times.

    I'll try that when I get some art pens, an excuse to go to 'Art Friend'. Visiting the 'Art Friend' art shop is a fun experience lol, I usually get stuck in the shop for a long time sketching around with all those sample drawing materials.
  3. srb
    2008-10-08 13:33
    srb
    Not speaking merely of drawing with ink, but to ink graphite sketches.
  4. C.A.
    2008-10-08 13:31
    C.A.
    There'd probably be drawing sessions in pen sometimes in the animation course, if not I probably won't try much drawing in ink. Because I know I would be very addicted to drawing on tablet lol

    My art classes last time always taught pencil only drawing and I learnt pen prawing only in design class where we draw objects. I'm way too used in pencil drawing, I've been doing it like 15 years or more lol, but I switched to mechanic pencil like halfway, because I'm lazy to sharpen.
  5. srb
    2008-10-08 13:16
    srb
    You should try inking and cleaning some sketches in the future (not that your graphite sketches aren't extremely clean already, very nice!) to get a taste for it, it can really add a lot to the appearance of the piece.
  6. C.A.
    2008-10-08 13:11
    C.A.
    Yea, I'll be getting a tablet once I get into an animation course. For now I'll just keep practicing my traditional pencil drawing lol

    I did learn drawing with pen, but I don't really like it as much as graphite lol
  7. srb
    2008-10-08 12:55
    srb
    Hey C.A., you're not half bad at drawing, keep it up! Given any thoughts to inking your stuff or getting a tablet?

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