New Pens

New pens always calls for doodling time (alongside one of my old faithful watercolour palettes).

The new additions to the family have been:
Chameleon – Colour Tones Pens  (an amazing Christmas gift!)
Pigma Micron – size 0.25 (Purple)

I’m loving the fact that the Chameleon pens actually have a blending toner which lets you momentarily change the intensity of the tone on the actual pen itself.

What do you guys like layering up artworks with?

Chameleon Colour Tone Pens Natasha Dearden 1
Work in Progress by Natasha Dearden
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Work in Progress by Natasha Dearden
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Work in Progress by Natasha Dearden
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Work in Progress by Natasha Dearden
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6 thoughts on “New Pens

  1. This is so cool! I don’t know why, but I just like how the translucent colors work with the hatching! It’s almost like makeup covering a face, or glass covering the face. I’m not familiar with Chameleon Pens. Do they flow well? Would you recommend them for students?

      1. Thanks for the links! I’ve never even seen a color pen tutorial before! This makes them look intimidating and intriguing all at the same time XD

      2. Just takes practice! There’s lots of amazing mini showcases on Instagram to. I love @lissletters for gorgeous ideas and seeing different materials in use 🙂

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