SOURCES for SUPPLIES1. Uni-ball White Signo
- Zig *Brushables Markers (my favorite!), Zig *Scroll and Brush Markers. Zig also has *Writers in coordinating colors (optional) that can be used for outlining and embellishing.
- Marvy Le Plume ll or Tombo Markers Suggested colors for markers: green (Spring Green orKiwi) , blue, yellow, red or pink, and a light grey for shadowing (Zig- Brushable --Platinum) There are LOTSof colors available!
- Faber Castele Black Pitt pens in small or fine—or another small liner black pen you might have. Pigma is also good.
- Laser paper (optional) for printing your lines. This type of copy paper is a bit more slick and doesn’t use as much ink from the pens while practicing---but regular copy paper will also do.
- Darker paper –any colors will do
- Gel pens—any type (I use Jelly roll, glitter pens with the star on it. Again—this is optional and use what you have.
- Any and all types of paper will work—I like to use watercolor paper and your journal paper is fine also.
- White pens for dotting and embellishment. I like Uni-ball Signo UM-153White—or white gel pens, or small paint pens.
http://www.cutting-mats.net/uniball-signo-white-gel-pen-5861.html2. Zig Brushables
http://store.scrapbooking-warehouse.com/brushables.html 3. Zig Scroll and Brush
Gel pens, Faber Castele Pitt Pens as well as Pigma Black Pens can be found
at your local Michaels, Hobby Lobby and art supply store.
You can also get some of these supplies on eBay and you might just have
these in your art stash!
I do suggest using a new brush marker just so you can get a good crisp
stroke for your letterforms,
MAKE SURE YOU STORE THESE PENS IN A HORIZONTAL