Questions/Discussions

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  • How should I structure the ribs of this plant?

    JonathanSins

  • Quick 50/50 rule question

    Strelok_2012

  • About the 50/50 Rule

    Antonio

  • Motivation & Discipline

    Spiiderbait

  • Question regarding the 50/50 rule

    mndlssomssn11

  • The waiting time for critic

    MayADay

  • mistakes surfacing after using ink

    personman

  • Submitting 250 box challenge

    shortsnsherbert

  • What’s a good how to draw book for kids?

    aSnoopyArtist

  • Pens

    CJBooysen

  • any art books that empathizes heavily on spatial reasoning?

    kikkiling

  • I can't afford traditional art supplies but I do have a drawing tablet and laptop. Should I start learning art almost exclusively digitally?

    Irumi

  • Texture almost get it !

    AdrienMeuret

  • DrawABox Makeover?

    Mikromorphosis

  • Problems with lineweight on curves

    Chayota

  • Should i start again from the beginning or continue?

    Str3tch

  • Hi! I'm new

    nottalented

  • Lesson 5 - i’m confused. why do we simplify the pelvis the way we do when pretty much all quadrupeds have their pelvis angled along the flow of the spine (photos in the description)

    _pope1

  • Lesson 5 - I’m struggling with proportions

    _pope1

  • Hi!

    ClaudioS

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Staedtler Pigment Liners

Staedtler Pigment Liners

These are what I use when doing these exercises. They usually run somewhere in the middle of the price/quality range, and are often sold in sets of different line weights - remember that for the Drawabox lessons, we only really use the 0.5s, so try and find sets that sell only one size.

Alternatively, if at all possible, going to an art supply store and buying the pens in person is often better because they'll generally sell them individually and allow you to test them out before you buy (to weed out any duds).

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