Blending Pitt Artist Pens



Today I’m using a bunch of my favorite supplies from Faber Castell!


I want to let you guys in on a little secret- often times my pencil and eraser are my weapon for layouts! Off center? No problem. Erase and try again!


With these high quality India ink Pitt Artist Pens, I’m able to erase pencil cleanly without worrying about smudging my final piece. Faber Castell has some amazing quality pencils and erasers that will do the trick. 


For this process I lettered roughly in pencil, mainly to gauge spacing and make sure everything was centered. I went over it with my Pitt Artist pen in S for the first monoline lettering. After I erased the pencil guides, I went back in with the M tip and thickened all of my downstrokes to create a faux-lligraphy look!




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