please ignore the background; it's a defective product.
note to self: never try to create a background you've never created before without first pencil sketching.
on a happier note, i found a new kind of micron from pigma. i really have no idea what it's called, but i call it micron BRUSH. it's like a micron, only the tip is a BRUSH. that's right. it's a brush. and instead of 005, 01, 02 or those kinds of things on the cap, it says BR. and better yet, they only cost $1.50 each here in indonesia. i've already bought 9 pieces yesterday, i think i should stock up on that before i leave.
the horrendous background is a result of using micron brush. lovely, lovely item to blacken an area. preferred over sharpies because THIS DOESN'T BLEED!
i finally found my perfect blacking tool in a third world country, thousands of miles away from the US. oh the irony.