Depends on the effect and the material you're trying to render. For really fine lines on weapons Pitt pens are great. I'll also use a 01 micron, hunt 102, or just about anything that will give me the effect. I don't like being tied to any one type of tool. I use a lot of different pens, probably too many but they all give me different effects. Newer pens will give you a really crisp line. Older ones can give you some really cool textures in your line. I would just experiment with what works best for you. I'm still experimenting all the time, still discovering new things. That's part of the joy of the art form.
thank you very much brian. the truth is that pen seems everything you do, but I'm glad that you use the pen, because I do not get along with feathers. 's all pretty technical work, now I realize the need for rules and pens of all sizes. thanks
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