Sakura 50028 Pigma Professional Brush, Fine/Medium/Bold, Black, 3-Pack
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- First disposable technical pen using Archival pigmented ink
- Chemically stable, waterproof & fade resistant
- No smears, feathers, or bleed-through
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Archival quality Pigma black ink - chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant; no smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers; consistent ink delivery to the brush sides and tip; flexible nib for thin and thick brush strokes.
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Archival Pigma Ink
Invented by Sakura in 1982, continues to be the most reliable in on the market today. Pigma ink benefits:
● Pigment based ink using single color pigments.
● Fade Resistant.
● No smears or feathers on most papers.
● Ink dries to pH neutral.
Pigma Pigment Based Ink Performance
Pigment Molecules are 100 times bigger and more chemically complex than dye molecules allowing it to stay within the top layer of the paper rather than absorbing through the paper causing bleed-thru.
Pigment Versus To Dye Ink
The larger and more chemically complex molecules inherently makes them longer lasting; therefore, less susceptible to UV rays, chemical degradation and pollution from contact with oils.
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The three different sizes are useful, particularly the smallest brush, which is great for the fine details. They are waterproof and work well with watercolor, marker, and ink. The lines blur very slightly on absorbent paper.
My one qualm is with the caps. They tend to fall off very easily inside a pencil case, particularly the smallest brush, and dry out. I was able to revive it by re-capping, but it is definitely more dry than before.
Overall, I'd buy these again.
She described: "The ink should've been a bit darker." But besides that it was great for some time.
After about a month, or maybe even a few weeks. The thickest brush tip came off, and we were both unable to put the nib back on.
We both agreed that the nibs should've been made better.
In a whole, this was alright product.
If you want to use copics with them I suggest waiting a day or two for the linear the to be completely dried so there's no risk of smudging.
No five stars because of the medium pen. The bold goes finer than the medium because the tip of the medium is frayed. My friends medium tip was also frayed when she first got it. I ended up giving it away, it wasn't bold or fine enough for me.