For inking I like to use metal pen nibs with sumi ink, but I don't do that much often since most of my non-comic illustrations are frequently worked on during my breaks at my day job. I don't like to have to think of the clean up then, so I'm using pigment pens for consistency. I recently started using a Pentel Stylo, and I love it as it functions similarly to pen nib. The ink also stays a nice black tone after erasing pencils lines. (It's what I made this Blade with.)I have these Le Pen pigment pens I got as a test product from work, and as technical pigment pens go they are my favorite so far. Sadly it doesn't look like my store will be carrying them. It will be a sad day when the ones I have run dry. For markers I mostly use Copic, but for backgrounds I will typically use Prismacolor markers because they are significantly cheaper.
Thank you for the information , its just a shame that some of the materials you mentioned, i wanted them for a long time but i cant get them here where i live, theres very little quality art materials here and some materials you talked about simply cant be found around here and i would have to order them online, what would turn out very expensive, But its not the materials that make the artist but the artist that makes the materials i guess something like that XD, thanks again for the info i apreciate how informative you were
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