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Here are some of our favorite customer-submitted images from the past two months! Our amazing community submitted photos of their hauls, project, and stunning illustrations to our social media sites, and these are our top picks. Read on to see all these fabulous submissions, and check out which JetPens products they used to make them!
Eric was excited to share his art with us on our Facebook page, and sent over a bunch of art! His works range from retro-inspired space travel prints, to these sepia-toned pieces inspired by vintage cityscapes. You can check out more of his art on his portfolio, ERosner.com.
Here are some of our favorite customer-submitted images from the month of November!
Estivalia reviewed this ink on her personal blog, and decided to share it with us as well! We love the graceful flourishes on this piece.
You can see her review of this lovely turquoise ink here.
Here are some fantastic customer-submitted images for this month!
Rob submitted two images to our Facebook wall! The first is a sketch of some fierce gladiators, and the other is a visual supplement to the fantasy stories he tells his grandchildren.
For this gladiator image, he shared a little bit about how it was created: "I used the Preppy fountain pen to sketch some gladiators off the top of my head and then used the Aquash water brush to dissolve the ink and produce a wash effect."
Here are some of our favorite customer-submitted images for this month!
We spotted Jose on Twitter, when he posted a fierce-looking drawing he had done with his Kuretake No. 8 and Pilot Pocket Brush Pens. We asked if he would like to be featured on our site, and he sent us a whole gallery of awesome drawings! We've picked our three favorites below.
Here are some of our favorite customer images selected from our Facebook Page and the web!
Sandra's beautiful art is both thrilling and meditative. Using a Uni Pin pen and a set of Pilot FriXion Erasable Gel Ink Pens, she combines simple geometric lines with dynamic swirls to convey a sense of movement. Check out the tutorial for how she produces her woven pattern- as each line and curve pulls you in, you can really find yourself getting lost in the design!