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Jemima KirkeJemima Kirke is spirited painter with unmatched imagination that stretches her above other contemporaries. Her proverbial painting combines both beauty and rationality making her an outstanding contributor to world of canvas.
Want to set up a Link Exchange with Tazmaa's Studio?
If you link to me, I will place your link here.
To set up a link exchange with me first you have to link my site onto yours. You can use one of these banners or just plain text, whatever fits into your site better. I've provided the link for the banners available below, so that the images aren't hosted on your webspace and offer me the flexibility to update my banners at will. After the banner or text link is placed, then email me and let me know that you've done so. I will add your link to this page in the same format that you've added mine.
The supplies I use to create my artwork are important to me, but every artist is different. Be sure to try all sorts of products and choose for yourself what you prefer!
Wausau Cardstock Paper
Though my primary sketches are done on regular computer paper, when I transfer the sketch into inks I always use this wonderful paper to ink on! The markers bleed very little into this paper.
Staedtlet Pencils, Erasers & Office Supplies
The pencils really are a matter of preference and have little impact on the final piece. I use mechanical pencils for the small detail & HB Steadtler pencils for regular sketches just because I love the quality of the erasers on their pencils. I also use Steadtler block erasers for big erase jobs.
Pigma Waterproof Art Pens
It is so important that artists working with markers use waterproof ink. Otherwise the marker colors will cause the ink to run when you start coloring! I use Pigma Micron pens in 0.1 and 0.05 widths.
A Lightbox for Inking
My light box allows me to trace the sketch so that I get no erase marks and the boldest black lines possible for my inked pieces.
Wacom Intuos Drawing Tablet
I use the tablet to touch up, ink & color digital artwork. It has pressure sensitivity, tilt and even some useful keys to zoom in or out which you can customize to your needs.
Copic, Prismacolor & Tria Markers for Coloring
If you think Crayola will cut it, you are dead wrong. Prismacolor, Tria and Copic markers are all I would use for marker pieces. You really have to try them for yourselves to see the difference first hand.
Adobe Creative Suite CS5
For digital work I recommend the Adobe Creative Suite CS5. Most of the work on my page is colored with these programs, though I very rarely sketch on the computer. It is a pricey suite but worth every last penny.