JetPens®.com - Love at First Write®
Free Shipping
On Orders Over $25!

Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112

  3.0  1 reviews | Write a Review
$4.20

Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112 - DELETER JR-112
  • Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112 - DELETER JR-112
  • Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112 - DELETER JR-112
  • Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112 - DELETER JR-112
  • Deleter Jr. Screen Tone -182 mm x 253 mm - JR-112 - DELETER JR-112
Add to CartAdd to Wishlist
Order today! 22 left in stock and ready to ship!


Give your manga artwork an authentic manga look by applying this screen tone. Convenient millimeter markings line the edges of the print area. The sheet is a compact size, 182 x 253 mm (7.17 x 9.96 inches), with a printed area of 165 x 230 mm (6.50 x 9.06 inches).





Specs
Model NumberDELETER JR-112
Weight0.4 ounces
Size - Depth 0.33 mm
Size - Length 25.8 cm
Size - Width 18.8 cm

Reviews


July 1, 2014
This tone sheet works...
Verified Purchase
This tone sheet works extremely well. It's easy to cut out shapes and peel away the unwanted sections. You can even save scraps for later by putting them back on the sheet. Because the dot pattern is consistent, clean and sharp, it will create a proper gray tone when original artwork is reduced.

However, the price is pretty bad. I've used the regular size sheets before, and was shocked at how tiny the Jr. sheets are. I really wish JetPens would carry the standard Deleter tones instead of the Jr. tones, or at least reduce the price significantly. It's _incredibly_ frustrating how high the markup is on these things! In Japan you can get the standard size B4 tone sheets for about $2.50 each, and the Jr. sheets are about $1.50 each. Even the Deleter shop for the USA is selling B4 sheets for $4.59 each, and they're the ones who make it!

So although it's a nice product, I've got to take away points due to the cost. It's too much for such a small sheet. There's no way anyone could make a comic with these without going broke. If you just want to see what they're like, I'd say give it a shot. But if you want to do something practical with them, you're going to have to find another source somehow, or use a different method.

3 people found this helpful


|ct_2089|ct_1879|ct_1881|