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Well I've heard from various sources that the way to get good blacklining is to use a .05 mirco pen. I can get my hands on a few of these cheaply (My parents are newsagents and stationners) So the question is how do I go about doing it? Is there any sort of tutorial around?
I want to start doing white undercoats on my Eldar Pirate Force and the lovely fire prism model looks like the perfect starting point ^_^
use a ruler for straight lines that dont have any contours u can easily follow.
dont press too hard, u may scrape paint off
practice on a model u dont nessicarily need...
I would recommend against using a micron pen to do all of your blacklining. You will probably find the paintbrush easier in general. Sometimes it is more difficult to get the pen to flow over the contours of the model. What you could do is use it to touch up areas where the brush would have a more difficult time. Also I would use a .005 micron as it is even smaller.
you guys know where to get these micro brushes and how much they might be?
Common sense isn't common.
most art stores, Michaels, definitely online. They are Micron Pigma pens. I think they are about $2.50 or so.