Questions/Discussions

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  • 25 wheel challenge - concentric elipses

    misterspades

  • 250 box challenge line redrawing

    SleightOfPen

  • 25 wheel challenge questions

    misterspades

  • Can I use correction tape?

    easygoing

  • How do I transfer what Iv learned from Draw A Box to a digital format?

    ASmellyHobo

  • How do you approach failure in the middle of an excersise ?

    Raulillo

  • Lines arching at starting point.

    SahilNain

  • is the critique system having trouble right now?

    wkdc

  • 250 Box Line Weight

    Scamp

  • I can't finish the rotated boxes homework.

    zackhigbie

  • Regarding the warmups

    lemons_and_roses

  • gradual improvement in drawing?

    quirkierturtle

  • To Stripe a tiger or not.

    scoobyclub

  • Form intersection vehicules

    anero4

  • People not posting their reference pictures in theirs submissions!

    weijak

  • Having trouble finding the front facing plane of the box

    Luikinho

  • Was he joking when he said you could use a Sharpie Ultrafine or can I actually use it?

    Human

  • Credits at each level

    scoobyclub

  • is the discord working?

    Elias

  • Should I include the reference images in my homework?

    algebrartist

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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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