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    To answer Al's question: No. I've been using Prismacolor's Brush Pen, and probably wouldn't use Sharpie as I like to use lightfast ink pens when drawing (for projects). Would be fun for messing around with, and I like that it comes in a rainbow of colors.

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    I always used Kimoto Opaque Markers.

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    We just get Elmer's Paintastic brush pens and fill them with Koh-i-noor acetate ink 3071F. They are super cheap and you can fill them with thinned down ink if you have some touch-up to do on a print.
    We can get these at Rite-Aid even.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unitus View Post
    To answer Al's question: No. I've been using Prismacolor's Brush Pen, and probably wouldn't use Sharpie as I like to use lightfast ink pens when drawing (for projects). Would be fun for messing around with, and I like that it comes in a rainbow of colors.
    Thanks for the input, homie. I want to try one, but I'm not down with buying a pack of 12, and that all it seems these stores around me have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squeegeethree View Post
    We just get Elmer's Paintastic brush pens and fill them with Koh-i-noor acetate ink 3071F. They are super cheap and you can fill them with thinned down ink if you have some touch-up to do on a print.
    We can get these at Rite-Aid even.
    http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&key...l_8sbz1l81zx_e
    awesome tip

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    However, I just use water-proof, lightfast ink because that's what I was trained to use in school.

    Thinking on it, the majority of my work is scanned for screenprinting, and the originals are not meant to necessarily stand the test of time/light/water.

    But...whatever.

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