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I use the Gpen sometimes as >>5031576 said, but I mostly use mapping and turnip these days because I like the more subtle effects they produce.

A lot of the time though, I actually won't use a "pen" at all. Since in digital art all your tools are artificial, you can technically use whatever you want at any time. You can "line" with paint brushes, "pencil" with pen brushes, "paint" with pencil brushes, whatever you want. I really like lining with the same pencil brush I use for sketching because I find it overlays really nicely and leaves a nice smooth line that I greatly enjoy (pic attached).

Just experiment anon, it depends on the look you want to achieve and the workflow that's easiest for you.



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