Questions/Discussions

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  • Contour lines

    AdrienMeuret

  • Template for Texture Analysis/Challenge Chart

    Tjudy

  • 25 Texture Challenge - must all textures be different?

    piapal

  • 250 Box Challenge - I don't Control the boxes, the boxes control me

    Vali

  • How long should you wait to use referance in the 50%

    Farhanthenerd

  • Can we use Ballpoint Pens for all the homework lessons?

    harve612

  • How to draw textures

    DatKexMonster

  • Lesson 5 question

    Drego47

  • Switching Patreon tiers

    AgesLABS

  • Resuming DAB after a long hiatus?

    fiersomefire

  • Lesson 4+ Students, how do you keep the concepts from previous lessons fresh?

    Ledvi21

  • Lesson 2: Forms Intersections HW question

    Tjudy

  • Imgur problem

    Joeman

  • Help with smaller parts of a drawing

    Chayota

  • When plotting and drawing, is it better to adjust after error or stick to original plan

    Markdg

  • Lesson 3: Drawing Trees?

    tmmillea

  • problems with submition

    Elishava

  • What If I Enjoy Drawing Boxes?

    mvlza8

  • Ways to define my drawings without line weight

    Chayota

  • Does reading count for the 50% rule? Also some scheduling advice pls?

    GardenerBoy

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Faber Castell PITT Artist Pens

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Like the Staedtlers, these also come in a set of multiple weights - the ones we use are F. One useful thing in these sets however (if you can't find the pens individually) is that some of the sets come with a brush pen (the B size). These can be helpful in filling out big black areas.

Still, I'd recommend buying these in person if you can, at a proper art supply store. They'll generally let you buy them individually, and also test them out beforehand to weed out any duds.

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