Should the fineliner has to be black?

4:57 AM, Tuesday June 8th 2021

Hi! This is a question about fineliners.

I have a decent amount of fineliners at home on different colors, but black. Can I use a colored fineliner on doing homeworks?

I'm hoping for responses so I can get started immediately with my very first homework. Excited here! Thank you in advance! :)

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5:55 AM, Tuesday June 8th 2021

The third point here might answer why black is recommended, but if you are impatient to start you can use other colors for now.

I would advice getting/ordering black fineliner in the meantime, so you can start using that as soon as possible.

6:06 AM, Tuesday June 8th 2021

I was not expecting a response after just an hour. Thank you very much! :))

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