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Steven Queen
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Posted: 03 August 2022 at 4:43pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Paul I am seeing a nice progression in skill.

Of all your tools, which produces the thinnest line?
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Paul Wills
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Bold choice Paul.  I applaud you for doing the mundane stuff!! This is the stuff editor's will look at because they're sick only looking at the super-hero stuff... being able to do the realistic stuff well is equally important.
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Thanks, Shane! Yes, I do enjoy inking the non-superhero stuff - sometimes that's even more fun to ink especially if done by JB because of his use of clothing, different nationalities as evidence in that last page.

Thanks, Steven! I am constantly looking at other inkers in the past who I admire. Currently studying John Beatty over JB's pencils.
The thinnest pen I use is .005 (micron) which I use a lot
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