Pentel Stylo JM10

January 10, 2011 § 4 Comments

If I were to make a list of my favourite pens, this one would be number one. It’s very flexible. It has a plastic nib which you can use to make fine, thin lines or broader lines.

Example 1:

This was drawn on plain print/copy paper. The paper is quite smooth, so it’s easy to make long, smooth lines.

Example 2:

This was drawn on Daler-Rowney heavy-weight paper. The paper is fine-grain but there’s more friction than the paper in the example above. It’s easier to make short, angular lines. I think it’s easier to make more “sculpted” drawings if the paper is heavier.

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