I use prismacolor markers, the colors are a match to their colored pencils. They are transparent, so you can build layers of shading. I use pigma micron disposable tech pens for the main inking, on smooth bristol board. The board and pens are light fast, and acid free. Also, when dry, the black is water-proof, so i can put the marker right over top, and due to the marker's transpareny, I can get color, shading, and still have the original black ink work show through perfectly.
I use prismacolour pencils aswell, I used to use the markers but they always came out a bit streaky for me I have bristol board, but I save it for big pictures most of the ones I've been doing are just in an A4 sketch book, but if I see one that could work out better on something bigger I'm definately bringing out the bristol paper or the watercolour paper!
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