This inking pen is perfect for inkers and illustrators who love to work with extra fine details. Makes a great cross-hatching pen to slowly build up your tonal values.
Why it was created.
This inking pen is perfect for inkers and illustrators who love to work with a small crow quill tipped pen nib. It offers an extremely expressive thick-to-thin line so is, perhaps, more versatile than a traditional crow quill nib. Most closely matches a flexible #102 nib.
How it was created.
I made this pen by researching, what I felt was, the perfect smooth paper texture. I scanned in the paper at a high-quality, highly-detailed, 600dpi resolution and performed some Photoshop magic to bring out the details, just so, to make a perfect paper texture file that Clip Studio Paint could use effectively. Then I applied that texture directly to the pen so you get the perfect textures, hi-resolution pencil stroke every time. Further, all my Digital Art Brushes are already sized to match real world tools (when working on a 600dpi canvas), so you don’t need to fuss and waste time constantly resizing your brush.
Suggestions for fine tuning to fit your needs.
If you don't already know how to make some fine tuning adjustments in Clip Studio Paint, I suggest you head over to my article, How to make fine-tuning adjustments to my digital brushes in Clip Studio Paint, for some helpful tips and tricks on how and why you might want to make personalized adjustments.