Saturday, April 3, 2010

Lots to Do

The challenge on Lots to Do is 'Black and White.'  I would appreciate any input on black outline pens...I am very frustrated trying to find one that moves smoothly, does not bleed and that I can make a fine line with!!  I tried ten Marvy dual end black pens at Michaels yesterday and the fine point ends were all dry!  I ended up with a different Marvy pen but as you can see, it bleeds.  Also, while we are chatting pens, what do you like for a white pen?  Hope your day is rolling along smoothly!  Cheers!

12 comments:

  1. Hi Rhonda - love your piece - she is so sweet !!!

    Pens I use

    White - inkessentials
    Black - Letraset 0.1/0.2

    Thanks for joining the Lotstodo Challenge again this week xx Hilda

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  2. Just adorable!!!
    Perfect combination!!!
    Happy Easter!

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  3. Love how you did this one rhonda. the result is very striking and beautiful
    hugs June xxx

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  4. Lovely artwork Rhonda!
    I use a Pigma Micron 08 black pen, which is archival & acid free, & inkessentials white.
    Alison x

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  5. I love it, Rhonda...adorable and beautiful, as always. Easter Greetings! Hugs, Gayle.

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  6. this is gorgeous!!! love the little girl!!
    happy easter!!

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  7. Rhonda; I've always loved black and white - classy! Love what you did with this. xxoo

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  8. Hi Rhonda, your card is just the sweetest, really special.
    Debby

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  9. Love your black and white creation. I often outline my work in black and have the same problem of bleeding or snagging. Lately I've been using a Sharpie Fine Point or a Berol Fine Line with good results. I can't help with the white pen as I'm not a user. Good Luck x

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