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May 05, 2011


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whatever the sock is, i want it.


very cool... i like this. you should take us through the stages of one of your drawings sometime :)

Marc Johns

Kelsey: the sock is a fugitive.
Tiffany: good idea!


Marc Johns, you're just a delight!


Oh, thanks for sharing this. It's cool to see what goes on behind-the-scenes.

(I'm the proud owner of "Coffee" and the one where the guy holds the gun on the rabbit.)

Dana Miller

Hey! I really love your work, they often make my morning as part of my morning reading lineup. I see the micron pen and the speedball high pigment ink, I was wondering what other materials you like to use?

Marc Johns

Hey Dana,
I use watercolour paints, in a variety of brands. Mostly Winsor & Newton and Holbein, sometimes Cotman. I use very little paint so I usually get the really small tubes. I can fit all my supplies in a small bag!

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