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    Question Pencils for Logo Designing

    Hello Everyone,

    I'm New In Designing Filed, I Like designing website and logo and i have great idea of these both.
    I just start my work from pencil paper work to Photoshop.but in some logo tutorials designing use a spacial type of pencil to draw logo.
    i just wanted to know about STATIONERY for brand and web designing.

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    Jagdeep S

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    I've heard of some of the best prelim work being done with lipstick on the back of a bar napkin.

    Seriously, unless you're doing "art quality" sketches I don't think you need to worry too much. Just try different things until you find someting within your budget that you like working with. Whether notebook with a no. 2 pencil or posterboard with charcoal, it's only for you to work out ideas no? And even if you're "selling" the ideas to prospective clients, I doubt most would care much, though lipstick on bar napkins might not be the best choice

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    i watched out my tutorial on youtube, i don't know which pencil they are using after pencil work they use some kind of pen or marker, i don't know i really like what they use for dark black color.

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    Sounds like they used a felt-tipped marker. They leave a wider line than a ball-point pen and come in lots of different colors. A problem being they can't be erased unless they're used on a special "white board" (similar to using chalk on a slate board).


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