Faber-Castell Wallet Pitt Pen Nibs Art Set, Assorted
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- PITT artist pens contain pigmented India ink that is both archival and acid free
- Perfect for drawing on the go!
- Convenient wallet keeps all your drawing tools together
- Pigmented India ink that is both acid free and pH Neutral
- Smudge proof and waterproof when dry
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Eight piece Pitt Artist Pen set in Black, including one each Extra Superfine, Superfine, Fine, Medium, Brush, and three new nib varieties found only in this set - Extra soft Brush, Round-point Needle, and Wedge. Highest quality of pigments for unsurpassed lightfastness (resistance to fading).
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For broad lines, I thought the B would be my go-to pen, but I found I liked the SC best, even going over some of my B lines to change them. The XS is quite fine enough for my purposes, although copic and micron offer finer tips than this. (This company may as well, just not in this set?) I love that they've included a narrower and shorter tipped brush pen... Hooray!! I'll definitely use that.
Using one of the larger tips (the SC, I believe) I did have one small smear where my hand dragged across it too soon, but I didnt have that problem with any of the other sizes. Or with that pen again, once I was paying better attention.
Another reviewer had said they could do a light watercolor wash over the ink without it running or bleeding, but I dont know yet. I'll update this review once I try this, and also if I find the pens dry out quickly.
If you like a looser, more markery feel, give these a try!
update january 2016: I've done several large projects with these (see photos for two) and still love them. The smallest nib, xs, has worn out. The felt part is damaged nowAND I'm out of ink, I think. I feel like I did a lot with it, but I'm going to test a few other brands and see if they hold up differently. I am very happy with my results, though. Great pens!
I,5 was a nice, thin, smooth marker-type of Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen-it was definitely a great choice. For people who want more pens, I would also recommend the Sakura Pigma Micron Pens as they were also amazing.
A nice thing about this pen set is that it can be used by anyone, literally anyone. These pens make drawings by people who aren't artists look fabulous. I thank the seller very much for a great experience with these awesome, marvelous pens. I was able to create really great artwork pieces with them.