|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 6.4 x 2.8 inches|
|Item model number||RB-6000AT/60V|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Kuretake UK Ltd.|
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Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush Watercolour Brush Pens (Set Of 60 Colours)
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Fine Calligraphy writing pen from Japanese stationary Brand, Kuretake (Zig). Kuretake Fude Brush Pen, Clean Color Real Brush, 60 colors set
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-water based means it gives you a watercolor effect. Different techniques can be applied.
-it works well on Handbook's square travelogue journal I got from Amazon. At first I was disappointed because the paper isn't as thick as watercolor paper. Yet with light washes from these markers, there was no bleed through, whereas alcohol markers definitely bleed through to the opposite side.
-this set provides lots of blending combinations: try, for example, lemon yellow/yellow/bright yellow.
-color names are printed on the side of the pen
-love the brush tip!! Very unique aspect of the design. I have alcohol markers and these tips are finer than the bullet tip. You can see how they make a difference especially when you flick the brush nib for a tapered effect, like in coloring hair. The zig tips are somewhat smaller than the Akashiya Sai markers. The Sais bleed more because of this, making the ink vibrant and pigment easy to apply. Depending on your needs though, the Zigs have a finer tip which sometimes mean more control over finer details. The smaller tip also means ink being conserved more easily since it's not as runny as the Sais.
-not sure about the light fastness of the ink. I'd love any tips on how to make the finished drawing waterproof (Has anyone tried spraying fixative?) since I noticed that if water gets dripped on this ink after it dries, it will run.
-I love the color choices and if I could ask for one more thing it'd be more light colors for blending lighter shades. (Like the lightest color 00's that come with Copics)
*a quick note to cite sources-- The drawings i did with these markers are based on a favorite print from rifle paper company (Hawaii) and a Summertime stamp from The Greeting Farm company.*
Some colors blend magnificently.
Not all colors blend, depending on what kind of paper you have.
If you're already a pro at watercolor, this would be a great addition to your collection. If you're a beginner, it's fine but as I am a beginner st watercolor myself, it was hard getting used to the medium.
You will want to make yourself a color chart, however. Since the colors are shown in plastic they can be quite misleading. I've attached a picture of how I labled mine with a hole punch and a drop of glossy accents to hold in place. I just painted a swatch on watercolor paper, going back over it with a water pen to feather out the color, and punched it out with a standard hole punch after dry. The top has a perfect cavity for this this. Now I always now what color it is and how it will blend.
These pens are perfect for the watercolor paper printed images that are available now for adult coloring or card making with very fine detail. Do yourself a favor and get a set!
I also added several photos just to show the detail you are able to achieve with these watercolors. These are the ADORNit coloring pages.