Sunday, 29 September 2013

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Pencil Sketching Biography

Here's a quick walk-through of what you can find here.

This site gives you a pretty good example of The Pencilneck ® Experience – there’s lots of laughs, some good info, and some terrific, world class pencil drawings...and how does free shipping sound?

Under the bio tab in the menu bar you can find out all about Owen – did you know he’s partially colourblind and that’s why he began working in Pencil?  Under the same tab you can get a glimpse into The World of The Pencilneck ® with introductions to his wife The Colonel, their sons, the Groovy Framing Elves ™, the Spotty Internet Trolls ™, and even That Damn Cat.

The next tab is the Limited Edition Print Gallery where you can browse and purchase Owen’s best-selling prints published from his award-winning pencil drawings.

Underneath that is info on commissioning a portrait by Owen – he’s done pencil portraits for celebrities such as Gene Simmons, Joan Rivers, Ivanka Trump, Cal Ripken Jr., Kathy Ireland, John Rich and George Foreman.

Under that is the section on commissioning Owen’s for an exclusive Limited Edition Print.  Corporations around the world hire Owen to do special artwork just for them – and Owen only takes on four of these clients a year!

Then is a section on Owen’s original pencil drawings that command upwards of $12,000 each!

There’s also pages on our exclusive Pencilneck ® Picture Framing, available custom plaques for the prints, and even the shipping crates we use to get your art to you safely and in style!

You’ll also want to look around Owen’s blogs; there’re recipes, music reviews, movie reviews, and book reviews and Owen’s famous Adventures of The Pencilneck blog, which is milk-out-the-nose funny, as well as Owen’s art blog ‘More Artsy, Less Fartsy’.

All of our contact information is next, as well as a page where you can request a free catalogue, you can sign up for Owen’s famous newsletter, get info on our Easy as Pie Guarantee and we’ve even added a helpful Shipping FAQ.

The far right tab is our Gold Access Club.  Thousands of companies, from Fortune 500’s right down to mom and pop businesses use Owen’s prints for golf prizes, client gifts, holiday presents and more.  Membership is free and members save hundreds on every piece of art they buy, so if you’re looking for gifts in the $200 range, or even if you collect Owen’s pencil art, you’ll want to check it out.

Right below that is something I want to make sure you see - you can get an Owen Garratt Limited Edition Mini Print – appraised at $69 - for FREE!

So have a look around the site, be sure to claim your free mini print, and let us know how we can be of any service to you…thanks for stopping by!

Have fun!
A marker pen, marking pen, felt-tip pen, flow, marker or texta (in Australia), is a pen which has its own ink-source, and usually a tip made of a porous, pressed fibers such as felt.[1] A typical permanent marker consists of a container (glass, aluminum or plastic) and a core of an absorbent material such as felt. This filling serves as a carrier for the ink. The upper part of the marker contains the nib that was made in earlier time of a hard felt material, and a cap to prevent the marker from drying out. Until the early 1990s the most common solvents that were used for the ink were toluene and xylene. These two substances are both harmful and characterized by a very strong smell. Today, the ink is usually made on the basis of alcohols (e.g. 1-propanol, 1-butanol, diacetone alcohol and cresols).[2]
Contents  [hide]
1 History
2 Types
2.1 Permanent marker
2.2 Highlighters
2.3 Non-permanent marker
2.4 Security marker
2.5 Election marker
2.6 Porous point pen
3 Dialectal variations
3.1 Asia
3.2 Australia
3.3 Germany
3.4 Spanish-speaking countries
3.5 New Zealand
3.6 Russia, Lithuania, and the Balkans
3.7 Romania
3.8 South Africa
3.9 Canada and United States
4 See also
5 Notes and references
History[edit source]

Lee Newman patented a felt-tipped marking pen in 1910.[3] However, markers of this sort began to be popularized with the sale of Sidney Rosenthal's Magic Marker which consisted of a glass tube of ink with a felt wick. By 1958 use of felt-tipped markers was commonplace for a variety of applications such as lettering, labeling, and creating posters.[4] The year 1962 brought the development of the modern fiber-tipped pen (in contrast to the marker, which generally has a thicker point) by Yukio Horie of the Tokyo Stationery Company.
Types[edit source]

Permanent marker[edit source]
Permanent markers are porous pens that can write on surfaces such as glass, plastic, wood, metal, and stone. The ink is generally resistant to rubbing and water, and can last for many years. Depending on the surface and the marker used, however, the marks can often be removed with either vigorous scrubbing or chemicals such as acetone.
Highlighters[edit source]
Highlighters are permanent markers used to highlight and cover over existing writing while still leaving the writing readable
Non-permanent marker[edit source]
A non-permanent marker (also called a whiteboard marker or dry-erase marker) uses an erasable ink, made to be used on a slick, non-porous writing surface, for temporary writing with overhead projectors, whiteboards, and the like. They may also be used by children, making marks that are easy to clean. The erasable ink does not contain the toxic chemical compounds xylene and/or toluene as have been used in permanent markers.
Wet erase markers are another version that are used on overhead projectors, signboards, whiteboards, and other non-porous surfaces.
Security marker[edit source]
Special "security" markers, with fluorescent but otherwise invisible inks, are used for marking valuables in case of burglary. The owner of a stolen, but recovered item can be determined by using ultraviolet light to make the writing visible.
Election marker[edit source]
Marker pens with election ink (an indelible dye and often a photosensitive agent such as silver nitrate) used to mark the finger, and especially the cuticle, of voters in elections in order to prevent electoral fraud such as double voting. The stain stays visible for a week or two and may also be used to assist in vaccinations in developing world communities and refugee camps.
Porous point pen[edit source]
A porous point pen contains a point that is made of some porous material such as felt or ceramic. Draftsman's pens usually have a ceramic tip since this wears well and does not broaden when pressure is applied while writing.
Dialectal variations[edit source]

The use of the terms "marker" and "felt-tipped pen" varies significantly among different parts of the world. This is because most English dialects contain words for particular types of marker, often generic brand names, but there are no such terms in widespread international use.
Asia[edit source]
In India, felt-tip pens are referred to as "sketch pens" because they are mainly used for sketching purposes whereas the permanent felt-tip markers are referred to as just "markers". In Malaysia and Singapore, marker pens are simply called markers. In the Philippines, a marker is commonly referred to as a "Pentel Pen". In Indonesia, a marker pen is referred to as "Spidol". In South Korea and Japan, marker pens are referred to as "sign pens" or "name pens". In Japan, permanent pens are also referred to as "Magic" (from a famous pen brand name).
Australia[edit source]
In Australia, the term "marker" usually refers only to large-tip markers, and the terms "felt-tip" and "felt pen" usually refer only to fine-tip markers. Markers in Australia are sometimes generically called "texta", after a brand name of a type of permanent marker. Some variation in naming convention occurs between the states, for example in Queensland the brand name "nikko" has been commonly adopted.
Germany[edit source]
The common German term for felt pen is Filzstift or "Filzschreiber" (colloquial "Filzer") or "Fasermaler". These are often used by children for sketching purposes, and should not be toxic. A highlighter is called Textmarker or "Leuchtstift" (the verb "leuchten" means to shine or to glow / the noun "Stift" means pen). Permanent markers are usually referred to as Edding after the leading brand for markers.
Spanish-speaking countries[edit source]
In Spanish-speaking countries, common terms for markers are rotulador, marcador, and plumón. Highlighting markers are known as rotulador fluorescente, marcatextos, resaltador, destacador, and fosforito.
New Zealand[edit source]
The generic terms for fine-tipped markers are usually "felt pen" or "felts". One would use the term "Sharpie" or "Vivid" if using pens of those particular brands.
Russia, Lithuania, and the Balkans[edit source]
Romania[edit source]
The generic term used for most felt-tip pens in Romania is "carioca" (pl. "carioci"), after the brand name of the first commercialised felt tips in Romania during the communist period. In recent times, the English word "marker" has been adopted (spelled as in English but with the plural "markere") and is used especially when referring to the permanent and highlighter variety of felt-tip pens.
South Africa[edit source]
The term "Koki" is used for both felt pens and markers.
Canada and United States[edit source]
In the United States, the word "marker" is used as well as "magic marker", the latter being a genericized trademark. The word Sharpie is also now used as a genericized trademark.
In Canada and the USA, "Magic Marker" is sometimes used to refer to "reveal markers" for "magic picture books" where the colors of a picture are revealed by a colorless marker. Sharpie is a popular brand of permanent markers used for labeling. Markers are also sometimes referred to as felt-pens or felts in some parts of Canada.
See also[edit source]

List of pen types, brands and companies
Paint marker

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