First, the right material

Marker pens give you a very vivid drawing, but this is only possible by choosing the right material. These pens have a very dense dyeing capacity. Since the paste size of the normal dough papers is high, they start sucking the paint very quickly, so you can create a layered and wavy appearance in your drawing without finishing the single layer of light for the shade you want. At the same time, the rough texture of the classical painting paper distributes the reflection of the light, but the desired gloss and vivid appearance cannot be achieved even if the marker is used. The solution to our problem is quite simple: to use marker paper! Marker papers have a smooth and slippery surface, so that the paint layers can be dispersed homogeneously within each other. The result is a more realistic drawing with a great light shade distribution.

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