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dregoloth 03-27-2009 17:07 PM

what tool does J.P. targete use
 
what tool does J.P. Targete use in his first DVD (in the sample) here:
http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/dvds/jta01.html
does anyone know?

if you can tell me I'd like to thank you in advance

phreek 03-28-2009 13:25 PM

hey,
the grey marker he's using is an alcohol based marker,
such as Tria from Letraset (3 brushes, we can see him using the large chisel brush)
http://www.letraset.com/manga/shopdi...5CGrey+Markers
they come in a lot of pantone colors,
"Copic" and "Promarker" also make alcohol markers,
for such markers you need a special marker paper, or the strokes are going to bleed, (this paper is called layout paper in France)
as for the smaller black pen, its a pigment liner from faber castell,
i use staedtler ones, you can find them in different thicknesses and they work very well with the markers.
http://www.staedtler.fr/pigment_liner_fr.Staedtler

hope it helps ! ;)

dregoloth 03-30-2009 18:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phreek (Post 14223)
hey,
the grey marker he's using is an alcohol based marker,
such as Tria from Letraset (3 brushes, we can see him using the large chisel brush)
http://www.letraset.com/manga/shopdi...5CGrey+Markers
they come in a lot of pantone colors,
"Copic" and "Promarker" also make alcohol markers,
for such markers you need a special marker paper, or the strokes are going to bleed, (this paper is called layout paper in France)
as for the smaller black pen, its a pigment liner from faber castell,
i use staedtler ones, you can find them in different thicknesses and they work very well with the markers.
http://www.staedtler.fr/pigment_liner_fr.Staedtler

hope it helps ! ;)

wow! thanks


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