Best products from r/blackbookgraffiti

We found 15 comments on r/blackbookgraffiti discussing the most recommended products. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 15 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top comments mentioning products on r/blackbookgraffiti:

u/ohyeahthatguy · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

Hey man, thanks!

I used Uni Posca PC-1M paint markers. I did an initial outline in pencil then just did the fill and outlines like I would paint a piece full-scale: Do the outline in the lightest fill color, decide the fill pattern, final outline, then accent outline.

I like the Uni Posca PC-1Ms because they're so fine and perfect for HO scale stuff, but I wouldn't mind getting some markers with a slightly wider nib (like the PC-3Ms) for the fills.

Hope that helps!

u/bigbutso · 2 pointsr/blackbookgraffiti

yeah I spent a lot of money on different marker trays lol, I find thee to the best and cheapest

u/sekthree · 2 pointsr/blackbookgraffiti

how about techniques using particular pens, markers, pencils, etc.?

places (online or physical) to purchase such said gear.

Not sure if An7hrax meant this by styles but definition/use of force fields, bubbles, mist, arrows, stripes, scribbles, glow, etc.

Do's and Don'ts, ie. do use a scrap piece of paper for back covering when coloring with marker as ink will seep through, potentially ruining a good page. Do spray your pages with fixative. etc.

Recommended books, videos, sites.

u/yeeerrrp · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

Thanks! Here's a link to the pens I use

u/Kaysuhdiller · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

This one from Amazon It was like $6 the last time I bought one and came with some tracing paper and gridded pages towards the back. I just covered the front with stickers.

u/gpm479 · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

Yeah, I've been looking around at all the ones people suggested here and I think I'm gonna go with Prismas. I'm looking at the 24 set of the double ended Premier markers

u/Trebek604 · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

Nice. Got a copy of his book, The Art of Getting Over, when it came out, but, like an idiot, I lent it out and never saw it again. Recommended reading if you can snag a copy (at least a $100 for a used copy these days).

u/see_fox · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

it's such a pain to get that saturation with colored pencils. there is a prismacolor blending marker, although i've never used it. i'd imagine it helps with blending similar shades together but not making a gradient with one color.

u/kenjinyc · 1 pointr/blackbookgraffiti

No, from Chino & Sasha’s piecebook reloaded:
Piecebook Reloaded: Rare Graffiti Drawings, 1985-2005