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I review a cool mechanical pencil from Zebra.
The last moments of two interstellar lab technicians.
The return of a unique sample from an extra-terrestrial mining project creates a problem for two young lab technicians.
The S20 is a terrific-looking pencil with an extremely balanced feel. Pictures and test drawings inside.
A sketch and some notes about creating through anxiety.
My sketch notes from Mike Lin’s recent webinar for AIBD.
Man, I love how these stainless pens feel!
In which I review a budget fountain pen companion to Zebra’s 301 line.
A free template for easily creating wallpaper imagery with a free 3D graphics software package.
In which I draw Spock.
To be honest, I had no idea that double-sided disposable brush pens existed. See inside for my full review.
I was surprised by the quality, weight, and feel of this pencil—and that’s not even mentioning the fact that you can actually bend the pencil body to make the lead advance.
Why would anybody want that? It uses 5.5mm lead, which is gigantic. And the pencil body is short and stubby. Also, it costs $30 USD. Again, why would anybody want that?
I like 0.7 and 0.9mm mechanical pencils because they encourage you to think a little bit bigger. And I really like using this pencil, so I’m going to write about it, darn it.