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I got a lot of questions about the materials that I use for my 3D drawings. Here are the drawing tools I use for my mixed media technique.

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I always draw on grey toned paper because my drawings appear even more realistic and more lifelike. Sometime I use also green, blue and pink toned paper.
I use simple light grey mount boards with an extra smooth surface and a thickness of about 1,8/2 mm, they are produced in Italy by Bossotti, but unfortunately they they don't sell online and they sell a minimum of 29 sheets 72x101cm which, once cut, become 232 sheets 25x36cm (they can cut paper and cardboard in the desired format). 
However there are sheets that are even more suitable than the ones I use, I personally tried Strathmore Gray Toned Mixed Media Paper and they are very good. However, I recommend trying different gray sheets (Canson for example), for mixed media (dry and wet) with a surface as smooth as possible and trying them out to choose the one that best suits you. 

As for the colored sheets, they are simple colored paperboard with smooth surface, (I don't know the brand, they could be Fabriano).
They are not in the thickness I need so I glue them on my usual gray cardboard in order to obtain the desired thickness, useful for the color base in ecoline / watercolor.
Any brand could be fine, but surface must be smooth, I suggest to buy several brand/type and  do some color tests. Strathmore however offers some shades such as: Tan, Blue and Black

I'm using these graphite pencils:
CARAN D'ACHE GRAFWOOD9B Pencil8B Pencil (especially for signing the drawings) and, mainly B Pencil
- LYRA B (for the outline sketch).
I also use ERASER PENCILS and BLENDING STUMPS for blending both, graphite and coloured pencils

The most common question concerns my gel pen and white pencil. Here's what I use for the points of light:
- WHITE GEL PEN, Uni Ball Signo UM-120AC (or any Gel Pen 0.7-0.8 mm tip)
- WHITE PENCIL, Caran d'Ache Pablo or Prismalo
- WHITE MARKERS, Uniposca PC-5M and especially Uniposca PC-1MR
- WHITE ACRYLIC PAINT, Badger Air-Opaque Ready-to-Use
- WHITE WATERCOLOUR, Ecoline Ready-to-Use

I always use my Caran d'Ache set of 120. I also have a set of 80. I have them since '90's and pencils are always excellent! I also use Prismacolor especially for portraits (I started with the set of 72 and now I have also the set of 150)
If you are a Patron, please watch this video: Prismacolor vs Supracolor Soft

- STABILO PENSStabilo Point 88 Fineliner 0.4mm Set of 30 pens

FIBRE-TIP PENS with two tips for sketching and drawing thin lines (1.0 mm tip) or colouring large areas (3.0 mm tip): Staedtler Noris Club Double Ended Fibre Tips Set of 10I used them especially in the first drawings, I haven't used them for years.

- POSCA  I use especially PC1mr with tip in metal casing (I have a complete set)

- PITT ARTIST PENS (Brush Tip)Chromium Green Opaque Brush 174Dark Phthalo Green 264Earth Green 172, Cold Grey III 232, Nougat 178, Pitt Artists Skin Toned Set (Light Skin, Medium Skin, Light Flesh), Sanguine Set
My friends Laura&Marco has given me several sets of these markers over the years for birthdays and Christmas and now I have many. I use them for exactly this reason. They can be replaced with other similar products.

- COPIC MARKERCopic Markers 12-Piece Warm Gray Set and various colors*Copic Markers Super Fine Nib (SPRFNN) and Copic Markers Tweezer

*0 Colorless Blender, 110 Special Black, B41 Powder Blue, B45 Smoky Blue, BV00 Mauve Shadow, E13 Light Suntan, E15 Dark Suntan, E31 Brick Beige, E33 Sand, E39 Leather, E44 Clay, E59 Walnut, FB2 Fluorescent Dull Blue, G00 Jade Green, G02 Spectrum Green, G85 Verdigris, R11 Pale Cherry Pink, R27 Cadmium Red, R32 Peach, W0 Warm Gray No.0, W1 Warm Gray No.1, W2 Warm Gray No.2, W3 Warm Gray No.3, W4 Warm Gray No.4, W5 Warm Gray No.5, W6 Warm Gray No.6, W7 Warm Gray No.7, W8 Warm Gray No.8, W9 Warm Gray No.9, W10 Warm Gray No.10, Y08 Acid Yellow, YG13 Chartreuse, YG17 Grass Green, YG23 New Leaf, YR16 Apricot, YR23 Yellow Ochre.

TRIA MARKERS: In older videos you may have noticed these markers. I used Tria for a long time, but unfortunately  the production has now been discontinued. I've replaced Tria with  Copic Classic Marker.  I still have some old Tria, refilled with Copic ink. I have also a Promarkers 24 set, it's a gift I received, I don't use them much, sometimes pear green. They have replaced TRIAs and are a cheaper alternative to Copic.

This Markers Storage is perfect for my Copic Markers.

COPIC VARIOUS INK REFILL - Copic markers are refillable and with replaceable nibs, this allow you to extend their life and in the long run they are very convenient. I currently have these refills: G85, E3, E33 and E44, because, in addition to the Warm Gray set, I use these colors a lot

I use an airbrush for doing some shadows. Airbrushing requires an Airbrush, a Compressors, Masking Film and Acrylic Ink. 
AIRBRUSH: Badger 150 Model 5 (with Fine Nib)
I've been using the Badger Model 150 since school and I'm happy with it. If you're a beginner you can also find sets (airbrush + compressor) at low prices. The important thing is that there is a fine tip. Read some reviews on Amazon to help you choose the best one for you.
COMPRESSOR: I still use a compressor I bought as a kid, it's been decades. also in this case to help you choose I recommend reading reviews on Amazon or getting a complete set (as I wrote above)
MASKING FILM: Frisket Film Roll 
AIRBRUSH READY ACRYLIC PAINT: I use Badger Air-Opaque, I have the Primary Set of 7, white, black, cool grey and sepia. Obviously any brand of specific acrylics for airbrush illustration is fine, always buy just one to try and then, if it's OK, buy the others.

I use Ecoline, a ready-to-use liquid watercolour with brilliant, bright colours. I have these: 718 Warm Grey, 700 Black, 508 Prussian Blue, 506 Ultramarine Deep, 505 Ultramarine Light, 656 Forest Green, 407 Deep Ochre, 411 Burnt Sienna, 416 Sepia, 422 Red Brown, 337 Magenta, 334 Scarlet, 236 Light Orange, 237 Deep Orange, 381 Pastel Red, 201 Ligth Yellow, 100 White.

In addition to Badger acrylics for airbrush, I happen to use acrylic colors from Deco Art Americana and Stamperia Allegro, both with the airbrush and with the brush. If used with an airbrush they must be adequately diluted with water and the airbrush must be cleaned thoroughly after use. (I also use ultrasonic cleaners to clean it). To brush them I use synthetic acrylic brushes which are quite cheap.
You can purchase a set of acrylics, or, as I do, buy single pieces at a time, based on the drawing you want to make.

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