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    • Ashrith
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      @swallowtailedkite56
      Hi everyone!!! I've been wanting to try drawing birds for some time, but I don't really know what are the best drawing materials to use. It would be great if you helped me on this!!!
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    • Esteban
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      Common pottoo
      You can also use a Pilot mechanical pencil, and  a watercolor set. Maybe some Winsor and Newton inks , the problem is they are not portable and if you accidentally drop them you will need some new clothes !
    • Kunling
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      Cindy35
      I really just use pencils and colored pencils. It depends, really, cuz people like to use different tools for drawing.
    • Kayla
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      KaylaOwl
      Hi! There are plenty of different types of materials that I use for drawing birds and field sketching. For field sketching, I suggest trying some different watercolor travel kits so they allow both a range of colors and also a small and compact case to carry around. The Sakura Koi watercolor travel kit I find quite useful! The kit includes refilliable water brushes, watercolors, a mixing palette, sponges, and a compact case. There are numerous others that are also great choices! For sketching and drawing birds, some great graphite and colored pencil brands are Derwent, Prismacolor, and Faber Castell. Despite this, I think that a little experimentation with different brands won't hurt! Hope this helps! :)
      • Esteban
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        Common pottoo
        Yes,I really like Faber Castell
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