Comic Book Pen & Manga Ink :: Plume bédé et encre manga

My father pointed to the moon and asked me what color it was. I couldn’t tell. So he told me to look at the horizon and then glance back quickly at the moon. Then I saw it: it was pale green! (Alden Baker)

The colours are back in my eyes! I needed to have faith that they would return, and they did. For this scene I decided to use a new pen that I bought from JetPens.com, that my students would love as most of them love Manga comics. I thought that the scene required a comic-book like effect, as there were many horizontal and vertical lines to draw.
• The Deleter Comic Pen Nib Holder;
• The Deleter Comic Pen Nib – Spoon Model – Pack of 3;
• & its accompanying ink Deleter Manga Ink – black 4 (Waterproof & Extra Dark) .
What is really nice about this is that it is a dip pen, which is cool and that the ink is really dark and waterproof. This was my first test with it today, and I am happy with its quality. Do not drop this ink on your kitchen counter though as it will be ruined… -)))

Les couleurs sont de retour dans mes yeux! J’avais besoin d’avoir la foi qu’ils reviendraient, et oui, elles sont revenues. Pour cette scène, j’ai décidé d’utiliser un nouveau stylo que j’ai acheté chez JetPens.com, que mes étudiants aimeraient car la plupart d’entre eux aiment les bédés mangas. Je pensais que la scène nécessitait un effet bédé, car il y avait beaucoup de lignes horizontales et verticales à dessiner. Ce qui est vraiment bien de cette plume, c’est qu’en plus d’être un stylo d’immersion, les traits tirés sont très fins et l’encre est très noire et imperméable à l’eau. C’était mon premier test avec aujourd’hui, et je suis heureuse de sa qualité. Ne laissez pas tomber cette encre sur votre comptoir de cuisine car il sera ruiné … -)))

Paper: Stillman & Birn Beta Series
Dip Pen: Deleter Comic Pen
Ink: Deleter Manga Ink, black #4
Colours: Q. Gold, Alizarin Crimson, Cobalt Blue & Payne’s Grey
Location: St. Clet, Québec, Canada

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About Jane Hannah

Canadian graphic artist, painter, sketcher, typographer, calligrapher and teacher at Cégep John Abbott College in Québec, Canada. Jane Hannah also has a website for her students at www.gimligraphics.com and a main blog at www.janehannah.com. She is also part of the Montreal Urban Sketchers.
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