Overcome Artist’s Block by Experimenting with Materials
Overcome Artist’s Block by Experimenting with Materials
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Overcome Artist’s Block by Experimenting with Materials

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Overcome Artist’s Block by Experimenting with Materials

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Court Jones
Court Jones describes overcoming Artist’s Block by experimenting with materials with this Thumbnail Sketch of Tracy Morgan
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sara keyes
Can you tell me brand names of pencil and pen and other material you use?
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Court Jones
The pencils were regular Staedtler brand. The charcoal pencils are Conte a Paris. Bic ball point pen. The brush pen was, Faber Castell. Maybe Pigma. I'm not sure. The greyscale markers look like Blick Store brand. But Prismacolor greyscale markers are great too.
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João Bogo
Based on what I see by order of apparition: Pencil - Have no idea, but any pencil with a 4B gradation would suffice Pen - Normal ball point pen from the residence inn hotel... probably smuggled during a caricature convention Brush pen - Faber Castell Pitt B Grey Markers - Blick Studio cool greys Charcoal pencil - Conté a Paris Pierre Noire 1710 B I don't think there's very important though. Experiment with the materials you have closer to you. Best Regards
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Freelance commercial illustrator and caricature entertainer. He’s done a lot of editorial and product illustration and concept work for film and TV.