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White Highlights.

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Astra, Apr 12, 2007.

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  1. Astra

    Astra Member

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    What do you guys use for white highlights.

    I've been doing a lot of marker stuff in my blackbook, but white colored pencils don't cut it for the highlights.

    What do you use?
  2. Aven

    Aven Senior Member

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    elmers white paint pen
  3. Kayone707

    Kayone707 Moderator

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    ^ YES!....Extra fine tip
  4. Aven

    Aven Senior Member

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    its dope and better than the deco or the sharpie version
  5. Live4TheWall

    Live4TheWall Elite Member

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    I just sharpen the shit outta a white primsa colored pencil and it works very well........
  6. -kosr-

    -kosr- Senior Member

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    dont use sharpie white paint pens, especially if your doing ink sketches, shit is terrible. I use woodcrafts.
  7. levans

    levans Senior Member

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    i use white uni posca...(thin tip not broad or med)
  8. EGO31

    EGO31 Elite Member

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    i think there is already a thread on this called black book techniques
  9. AimoOne

    AimoOne Banned

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    What about for the UK..i seriously need one..i been using a correction pen but the flow is unpredictable
  10. pizzleaint

    pizzleaint Senior Member

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    yea just use anything thats a white paint marker

    works real well over markers
  11. molotow_15

    molotow_15 Elite Member

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    posca's are wack
  12. epikstyles

    epikstyles Senior Member

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    i just dont color the area in
  13. Proper-issh

    Proper-issh Banned

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    Haha, I've used those. Fucked up the whole thing.
    But the paint they use is about the best I've seen.
    Goes over almost anything. It's the steez.
    Someone needs to make a whiteout in a marker
    format, seriously.
  14. Able!

    Able! Senior Member

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    i use the sharpie paint with the rlly thin nib and i readily agree with the guy above me
  15. Msfyt

    Msfyt Elite Member

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    i like using china markers for highlights
    you can even erase them
    and they go over top of anything
    though kinda more like a blender white then a strong white
  16. DEKOR

    DEKOR Elite Member

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    personaly, i just dont color the higlighted part..
    dont bother wit buying special highlight pens..
  17. walkdatline

    walkdatline Senior Member

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    umm why not a white deco-color?? they got all kinds of fuckin thicknesses
  18. ase

    ase Senior Member

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    These are what I use. Extra fine like Hepos said. It's about as thin as a ball point pen.

    Theres also another one I used once, I forgot the name but they were made by Sakura. I only got a few usages out of the pen before my dog chewed the shit out of it, but it worked pretty well. It was a extra fine felt tip, so you didn't have to worry about the flow or it blobbing up on you.
  19. Astra

    Astra Member

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    The problem is, im waaaaay toy.

    And every time i try to draw my highlights BEFORE my fill, it ends up looking shitty.

    Ill probably end up using like, whiteout. lol.
  20. conart

    conart Senior Member

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    i use those milky pen things they go over any colour n stand out pretty nice