|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 6.4 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||RB-6000AT/48V|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RB-6000AT/48V|
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Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush Watercolour Brush Pens (Set Of 48 Colours)
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Fine Calligraphy writing pen from Japanese stationary Brand, Kuretake (Zig). Kuretake Fude Brush Pen, Clean Color Real Brush, 48 colors set
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I'm very happy with the pens themselves, but not with the colors included in this set, which is why I am giving it only 4 stars instead of 5. Fully 1/3 of the pens are browns and greys. There are only 2 colors that could be considered red - the one called Scarlett (sic) Red is really orange-red, and there is only 1 true yellow. I will probably buy more reds and pinks individually, but I think the company should really reconsider which colors are in this set.
Later: No reply from the vendor. I'm stuck with them.
I would not buy these again and will tell my friends not to either.
They have real brush tips instead of felt so they handle quite a bit like a paintbrush. You could use them for painting or for brush calligraphy.
The control is very precise, you can get a very fine or a very thick line out of them - your choice.
There are lots of colors to choose from and the colors are very vibrant.
My daughter has discovered that she can use these markers as watercolors. First she lays down the colors where she wants them, and then using a separate brush she goes over her markings with water pulling the colors where she wants them. She is able to get the brightness or subtlety that she is after based on the concentration of the marker colors.
I have watched her use them and she is really able to get a lot of precision, color, texture, intensity out of them.
It is always nice to get someone a gift that really goes over well - it felt really good to give this one.
Second, given their ability to make very small to larger, thicker marks, they are very useful for adult coloring books. And since they are water-based, they do not bleed through all but thin paper (e.g., copy paper or slightly heavier) paper.
Third--and I haven't heard this mentioned much (if at all), I really like these markers for doing brush lettering. That said, it does take awhile to develop adequate control of the pens. But hand lettering does take considerable practice to get proficient and that includes using these markers.
Another feature of these markers that I haven't seen noted elsewhere is the fact that they have the color on the bottom of the marker, which makes it very easy to grab the right color when they are stored upside down. And these colored ends have good fidelity with the ink color, unlike some other markers.
I have tried to point out features of these super little pens not covere (or covered much) in other reviews. I hope it is useful.
Note on the naming of colors: the "light" colors (light pink, light brown, etc) tend to be more intense and vibrant, but often darker in color. The "pale" colors are more what I think of as "light".
In the cow picture, the fur was done with the "oatmeal" watercolor pen. Love the uneven effect from the watercolor.