Questions/Discussions

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  • Foreshortened Animals in Lesson 5 Tips

    okayhaynes

  • Where should line extensions be placed?

    FirmNoise

  • Office Depot TUL pens as fineliners

    scarver

  • Patreon Pledges and new tiers

    HoHim

  • 250 Box Challenge

    moshbree

  • 250 boxes challenge

    AKamt

  • Switching to patreon critiques

    HoHim

  • About the 250 boxes challenge

    Zobelli

  • Draw A Box For Digital Artists

    SupaBrother

  • The Music and Draw

    Zobelli

  • Checking your ellipses

    Yang

  • 250 boxes with vp ?

    Lefebul

  • Getting Back after a Substantial Break

    Cuvid

  • Struggling to gauge rough perspective

    TheNamesGregoryAndounuts

  • How do I critique submitted work?

    William1066

  • Where to put the vp for a right angle

    DerMajk

  • I quit drawabox after a month and now im trying to pick it up again. If you give me advice for the problems I described, I'll dance at your wedding.

    Lautaro

  • 250 Box Challenge - Line Weight

    Spiiderbait

  • Drawing for fun

    lemons_and_roses

  • rotating paper instead of hand

    thomasd3

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Pentel Pocket Brush Pen

Pentel Pocket Brush Pen

This is a remarkable little pen. Technically speaking, any brush pen of reasonable quality will do, but I'm especially fond of this one. It's incredibly difficult to draw with (especially at first) due to how much your stroke varies based on how much pressure you apply, and how you use it - but at the same time despite this frustration, it's also incredibly fun.

Moreover, due to the challenge of its use, it teaches you a lot about the nuances of one's stroke. These are the kinds of skills that one can carry over to standard felt tip pens, as well as to digital media. Really great for doodling and just enjoying yourself.

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