Originally Posted by Doris
I understand what you are saying...and I do that too. But on some images, (A Muse for example) you really need a fine point to color the image....so a fine point would be ideal.
I know what you mean... but (perhaps mind over matter thinking), lightly dabbing with the tips is doing OK for me. Maybe this is technique inspired by contemplating the cost of adding medium round nibs to all my markers!!
In Marianne's post about coloring amuse stamps, she talked about not needing to soak in small areas, and that seems to be true to my experience. But you are totally right, if there were fine tips for sketch, I would find it hard to resist. Copics are indeed addictive! Maybe I will get a chance to try the airbrush kit one day and decide that the sketch nibs do indeed have societal value....