@DanielRKM Well, as for now, as I am trying to develop a sense of values, and shadows, I am working with an 8H Derwent Graphic pencil for the sketchs, and 0.3 sakura mechanical pencil for final sketch, a G-pen for the outlines (I bought the 'deleter trial pen set' with other nibs, but that one I liked the best), and Kuretake black ink; for the inside lines I use a 005 Pigma Micron tracer pen, a Kuretake Brush Pen for the whole black areas (I don't want to use the ink for that, is too much black xd), annd maybe some other tracer for the details, a 10 white Sakura Gelly Roll, to fix mistakes and add shine... and that would be all for now.
I just bought some a grey set of TouchNew markers, but I still need them to get delivered home, and then I will add some more depth to my drawings, if I end up understanding well how to use them xd.
Now I need an scanner, because I don't think that my cellphone is doing justice to the hard work that takes doing a traditional drawing! I would gladly hear names of scanners from the community, as I have no idea wich is good to scan drawings n_nU
@Legendofgenii Oh, yeah! I have also spent some money on tablets! The only program I allow myself to be lost in nowdays, though, is Clip Studio Paint. It took me a while to change photoshop for it, but after I found a brush I really liked, I was sold on CSP (a pack of 10 brushes from JimmyReyesArt in Gumroad, if anyone wants to go and buy it, only for 10 dollars). Who knows, maybe if I find another brush for photoshop I might go back there =P