AGREED! THATS WHAT IM SAYING!And it doesn't matter what type of pen you use as long as you can achieve the desired results.
See that is the problem, there was no particular desired effect specified! All that was mentioned was inking, which in the end only requires a pen.For our purposesess here G-Nib, Sakura and Speedball would go a long ways in acheiveing desired effect.
Obviously, but you would need to be a fool to deny that you can replicate such effects digitally! To be honest, it's probably better to use that medium anyway, cheaper and less costly if you mess up (Thank you ctrl+z). It's as simple as scanning in and linearting. Obviously that is matter of opinion though, but I know I would rather have the all in one tool (i.e. Photoshop).As far a digital... screw that. Artists should learn manually before using a computer.
@RafaelYuji - I must apologise for the unnecessary spamming of your thread over such a simple matter, sorry