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    Default Aaron Horkey inking process?

    Hello,
    after I've read an interview with Aaron Horkey, I was wondering what's the inking technique of this great illustrator.

    From the interview he said inking takes 4-5 days but nothing about brushes or pens and inks. Perhaps Does he use nibs?

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thank you!
    Fabio

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    Thats not how you join fight club.

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    i feel like you could glue a 4 year old XL sharpee marker to his forehead, tie his hands behind his back, and hed still make it look effortless. ive started over more posters than i care to admit because of that guy.

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    He uses 500 microns and white gauche. Other than that, I know nothing.
    "one can only hope it involves bioluminescent semen." -Kozik

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anville View Post
    He uses 500 microns and white gauche. Other than that, I know nothing.
    Are you sure Anville? 0.5 mm marker? white gouache given with a super fine brush or nibs?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anville View Post
    He uses 500 microns and white gauche.
    Quote Originally Posted by danieldanger View Post
    i feel like you could glue a 4 year old XL sharpee marker to his forehead, tie his hands behind his back, and he'd still make it look effortless. ive started over more posters than i care to admit because of that guy.


    note that the work station at the bottom center of the photograph is sudyka's spot at the kitchen table. the watercolors and india inks are hers, not aaron's.
    most of the time we never fish!

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    ah yup...
    Quote Originally Posted by danieldanger View Post
    ive started over more posters than i care to admit because of that guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeroInferno View Post
    Are you sure Anville? 0.5 mm marker? white gouache given with a super fine brush or nibs?
    micron pens.

    and white gouache with a tiny brush.
    most of the time we never fish!

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    He dries the gouache in the microwave.

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