CATching up with Bob. New Kuretake pens I recently got online. Very happy to highlight my palette with this wonderful Kuretake Twins.
YES! What took you so long. One more and you will be Ziza’s friend and one after that means the drinks are on you
I like the look of these pens BTW. Some thing to spend my Christmas Art Vouchers on perhaps?
Yes! As Uncle says. One more, one down, one to go… And we’ll have to resume posting (no matter what Leo “the old fart” said), but I’m worried since I’ve forgotten how!
Oh, touché, Ziza!
Oh, to be in the “500 Club.” Someday…someday….
Nice tools – I’ll have to look into them
@ Andrew, it is real fun, I like to blend it, move with water and then it becomes permanent. I like that it is so Ink-like.
ahh its really hard to find good materials here in philippines,,, i’m used to watercoolor and brushes
thats why once i found a good quality marker, i made a painting like a snap because im used to do quick painting with brushes and now its whole lot easier with markers
@GlennT, what markers are your favorites? Watercolor still give you thousand more colors than markers when mixed. Can you order from JetPens, Kuretake UK or Amazon from Philippines? ;P
@Nikira,, nah really, I dont know how to move n’ move money online,, its this lil hands coloring pens,, with variety of colors aroun 70+.
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