"I have been using Sakura Micron pens in all my freelance commissions and personal work for the last two years. I have tried other brands, but ever since I used my first Sakura I have been a loyal customer. I started with a few pens and now I have a desk drawer full of them organized by size! My favorites are the Microns in 005 and 01 and Pigma FB. I find Sakura's rich black ink to be a great neutral black and the ink doesn't budge on my watercolor paper which is so important since I watercolor over my line drawings. The pen nibs are strong but flexible, and have constant ink flow on the hot press watercolor paper. I also used Sakura Micron pens to illustrate all my popular children's books I created for Laurence King Publishing."

Missy McCullough is a Los Angeles based artist and illustrator. She is known for her colorful, whimsical watercolors and attention to detail. She loves to blend her love of Pop Art with Renaissance Art to create her own blend of style – a playful sophistication. Her illustrations have been featured on national television and have graced the pages of magazines across the world. She has illustrated several popular children's books and is founder and creative director to Golden Fox Goods, a paper goods company featuring her chic illustrations. Her clients include Laurence King Publishing, Liberty London, Paper Source, NBC, Daily Candy, Nylon magazine, People magazine, Lady Gunn magazine and NBC Today Show.

Missy lives in sunny Los Angeles with her husband, two young children and dog. 

www.imissyyou.com
Golden Fox Goods 
Instagram: @imissyyou

 

 

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AuthorLeslie Crumpler