Zig Memory System Wink of Stella Markers - 0.8 mm Tip, Set of 12
This set includes Glitter Black, Glitter Pink, Glitter Dark Pink, Glitter Blue, Glitter Green, Glitter Green Light, Glitter Yellow, Glitter Brown, Glitter Violet, Glitter Gold, Glitter Silver, and Glitter Clear.
J. Herbin is the oldest name in pen inks in the world. He created "The Jewel of Inks" in his shop on the Rue des Fossess Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700. This decorative ink is best suited for wide nibs, brushes, and calames and it is very effective on dark colored paper.
Exquisitely rich opaque ink with high pigment content. This ink is *not* for fountain pens.
An exciting marker which opens up new possibilities in the art of fine handwriting!
At one end is an offset tip producing scroll writing with a thick and a thin line. At the other end is a flexible brush for more freehand work. Use the brush tip to block in color. Let your imagination rip!
These markers use a water-based ink that will not bleed and is photo-safe and waterproof. Archival quality, light-fast, acid-free.
The Yasutomo Artist Ink Stick is an artist quality ink stick that produces deep black tones and subtle variations of grey when ground with water. For more than a thousand years, the method of making Sumi sticks has remained the same. Soot from pine or certain vegetable oils mixed with animal or fish glue is molded and dried to form a well-shaped solid block. The Sumi Ink Sticks are made in the traditional method and is designed for use in Sumi-e Painting.
The Art of Whimsical Lettering is an artful instruction book on creating stylized fonts and expressive artwork with personal handwriting skills. Author Joanne Sharpe shows you how to create exuberant and personalized writing styles for your artwork–whether it be a journal, canvas art, or other projects that use text.
After an overview of Joanne's favorite tools and surfaces, take a peek into Joanne's personal lettering journal to discover how you too can collect inspiration, hone your lettering skills, and tap into your natural creativity. Joanne then demonstrates twenty art techniques for creating a variety of lettering styles using many different tools. She provides you with fifteen basic alphabets, ranging from simple pen-and-ink renditions to increasingly elaborated texts that reference calligraphy, vintage fonts, and doodle art, among other styles. Joanne also teaches you how to turn prosaic lettering into page art itself, merging text into illustration, or ornamenting words with decorative drawings.