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Old 03-27-2009   #1
dregoloth
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Default 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
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Old 03-28-2009   #2
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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 !
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Old 03-30-2009   #3
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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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