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Art Supplies - My Precious by pink-gizzy Art Supplies - My Precious by pink-gizzy
My COPICs, some other markers and refill.
Moreover, fineliner, pencils, sharpener, eraser, white acrylic paint for the highlights or some stars ...
A lot of pink :eyepopping:

These materials had been used for my "Beauty of the Moon"-picture.

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alesbianfairytale Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
So beautiful. OwO
fangelsi Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I want them all
fairhaired-cutey Featured By Owner May 30, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
awesome !! =D I wish i had a lot of art supplies lol =P
JDandGabSRL Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2012  Hobbyist
ZOMFG!!! All art products I have owned in my entire life aren't as much as you have here in this pic...
pink-gizzy Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
But you work digitally, you don`t need all that stuff. :)
I`m focused on traditional art and that`s just a small part of my art supply.
JDandGabSRL Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist
Well, I also work traditionally, because that's where digital art starts, and I never forget this. Right now I was sketching something traditionally... and I like traditional too! :iconwink-plz:
And that's a small part? Gosh, is there a pic with the whole part of your art supplies? I'd die to see that!
pink-gizzy Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You are right.
I meant, there is a lot digital art in your gallery. Everybody should think that way. Some digital artists tend to forget about traditional art.
We don`t have ctrl+z and layers, textures and premade brushes.

WHen I clean up my work corner in our study, I`ll take a picture.
But it`s not spectacular, just paint, canvas and the usual stuff like colored pencils, crayons, watercolors.
The Copics are the most fanciest things I own.
JDandGabSRL Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist
Well, all that you see in my gallery is made with a mouse... *FML*, but now I gotta a tablet and I'm practicing my brain out... And I never forget where I began... and not having a ctrl+z sucks sometimes... and I'm a bit against premade brushes... Like, those used for texturing and stuff are okay, but design brushes are not my type. I'd rather create my own design and make it fit more with the pic, than use a brush I have to edit hundreds times to look natural. But, as for textures, I do use them. And layers... who doesn't?
Well, it'd be great if you could give me the link! I'd love to see your workspace! Mine is a small, three-shelved bookcase where I keep beads, watercolors, pens, and whatever else...
PS: About the beads... I make necklaces too, but I'm too lazy to take pics of them and upload them!
pink-gizzy Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
About the necklaces: Please show them.

Congratz to the tablet. :)
Do you scan your sketches and create then the lineart? Do you use PS or SAI?
That sounds like a reasonable attitude. I rarely work digitally and my experience with premade brushes is pretty low, but I see it in other pictures and I think: Wow, that is way easier than drawing/painting it.
Nothing wrong to use the opportunities of your favorite tool of trade, but when people see down on traditional art, because it isn`t so crisp and clean when scanned, like cg works, it bothers me.

[link] <--- my workspace almost three years ago. :eyepopping:
Shall take a new picture.
Just have to clean my desk and the shelves *cough*
Right now it looks pretty messy.
JDandGabSRL Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist
Will do, when I get my lazy butt to make pics...
Sometimes I scan my sketches and then create the lineart on a new layer, sometimes I make the lineart on tablet... depends on the mood and on how detailed I want the pic... and I'm a proud PS user!
Well, I agree, it's easier... traditional drawers have my respect for being able to create pieces just as beautiful without brushes and stuff.
People tend to like digital art better because it usually looks more eye-catching. As I said before, I have infinite respect for traditional artists who can do a stunning artwork. And scanners can really be a pain...
I looked at your workplace! It's awesome! Very complex! Mine is ten times smaller... Maybe I'll take a pic of it too! I just have to clean it up... now there are at least two plushies on it...
BTW I love the cat!
And tidying the workspace is the worst part. I usually try to keep it pretty tidy, but totally fail... I keep them alright for a while then mess everything up, then don't find something, mess everything more than it is...and that's how it all goes...
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