hwngari replied to your post: A proper site!!! (AKA not a tumblr) I …

are you gonna add this to your sites section or is this kinda more ~secret? :o just wanna know if id better bookmark it or not haha

I’m not sure because I don’t entirely want colleges to find out I’m THIS WEIRD so bookmark it for now I guess ^q^

after I get admitted to anywhere I’ll put it on probably

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Ennui! ⇼

A proper site!!! (AKA not a tumblr)

I love tumblr a lot, but the impersonal nature of having other people whisk your work away from you is enough for me to also want to have a separate site. There’s also a blog section there for personal life… but really, I don’t know if I’ll use it. It all depends. Please take a look if you like.

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i tweeted the whole process even though it was entirely unnecessary

i love him.. ah

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happy birthday arthur~~~~~~~

9:02

I really don’t want to work bbfjfjrff

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Anonymous: Just curious, do you have an FAQ? if not what kind of pens and paper/sketch books do you use? :O

i do not!! but i can tell you!

I do a lot of different drawing so I switch pens based on what I want to do.

SERIOUS COMICS (for print and sell):

pencil: used to be .5 mm but testing this .3 mm and it works really nice. HB so erasing is easier and lining is clearer

pen: used to use nikko G nib (dip pen), but i think it’s kinda too thick so now i’m using zebra G nib

paper: i use maxon doujinshi size manuscript bc its the only kind the shop had lol but jetpens sells deleter’s doujinshi paper (A4 size i think. it crops to B5) and that should work. it’s smooth for lining..

DOODLES

pencil: same old

pens: a lot of crap

> pilot drawing pen - alcohol based and really neat to mess with

> uniball vision blue and red pens - i also bought a pink but haven’t used yet

> copic warm gray no 5 for filling in

> a lot of others but i forget.. if you have a specific drawing in mind i can probably tell you what i used

all of those except the copic (MAYBE) are available on jetpens.com it’s really nice!

paper: either canson XL mixed media sketchbook (cheap and takes everything really, textured surface) or smooth bristol (expensive but smooth for using scratchy pens) although i think it’s better off to use printer paper instead of bristol if you’re not going to do a lot of markering or watercoloring

i hope that helped you ;-; if not just shoot me another and i’ll answer!!

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mmmk

6:56

doodle

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HE JUST KEEPS ON GOING. TINY GASP. TINY GASP. TINY GASP.

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9:58

Sigh….. I went to kino……

life is hard when you only care about two characters and everything is blind box

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