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MY TOOLS by PEPEi MY TOOLS by PEPEi
OK, so here you can see my tools which I use to draw.

On the first picture you can see whole toolbox (which is handmade by my father) and small crystal bowl (very popular in Poland when we were ruled by communists - it's a kind of souvenir, he he). In bowl there are things which didn't wanted to pack up in box ;)

Last picture shows tool which I use most often.

1. Eraser in pencil - useful for erasing dots and small lines, nothing more because it become dirty very quickly.
2. Brush - to remove erasers shavings and "dust".
3. White pastel pencil - I sometimes use it for highlights.
4. Knife - to sharpen pencils and cut eraser to make sharp edges.
5. Ordinary pencils - 3H-9B
6. Mechanical pencils - 3B, 2B, HB
7. Pull out eraser/Eraser in pen - most useful kind of eraser
8. Tortillons - used to smudge and blend drawings (I use it very rarely).
9. Blending stumps - better than tortillons.
10. Refills for mechanical pencils.
11. Kneadable eraser - very, very useful eraser because you can form it into many shapes like a plasticine. I also use it to clean normal erasers form graphite dust.
12. Tissues - for blending big areas.
13. Clips (?) - to hold paper on a place.
14. Standard eraser - to erase big areas.

Ask me if you have any questions. Cheers.
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:icondarksoundwave:
darkSoundWave Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
mate, you mean you draw your pictures form refferences?
you mean you dont actually draw the hyper realistic transparent things from your head?
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:iconpepei:
PEPEi Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013
Yes, it's obvious.
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:icondarksoundwave:
darkSoundWave Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
well sorry to expect amazing talent of you.
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:iconpepei:
PEPEi Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
I don't mind.
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:icondarksoundwave:
darkSoundWave Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
got any works that are out of your own mind?
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:iconpepei:
PEPEi Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2013
No. I don't have imagination.
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:icondarksoundwave:
darkSoundWave Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
truly intriguing, you are.
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:iconpepei:
PEPEi Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013
Rather boring.
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Silver-Wolves Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2011
May I ask what the difference between a tortillion and a blending stump is?
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:iconpepei:
PEPEi Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
IMHO blending stump is better. Tortillions and blending stumps are roll ups made of paper, but the second are rolled much tighter. You can make tortillion yourself. It'll bery hard to make blending stump. DIY: [link]
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