Duncan Doenitz Posted March 26 Share Posted March 26 (edited) Hi all, Having got back into this hobby after many decades, I am on the learning curve. I asked about pre shading with a marker pen and let's just say I was nearly run out of town with a pitchfork. Fair enough, I'm a rookie. Another thought occurred to me. Paint is just pigment and black paint will probably have a lot of carbon. Would it be possible to preshade using a very soft black pencil or even a charcoal stick ? There would be no nasty chemicals to leach through the paint (as per black markers). Would the first few coats seal in the carbon ? I'm still learning how to airbrush and playing with needle sizes, pressures, mixing ratios however a faster and more precise method would be very welcome. Edited March 26 by Duncan Doenitz Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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