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Sakura 50200 Pigma Sensei Manga 6-Piece Drawing Kit
- Pigma sensei manga drawing kit
- Creating concepts and sketching
- Does not bleed through most papers
- Not recommended for use on fabrics intended to be washed and not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin
- Meets astm and acmi non toxicity standard
- Ideal set for your manga drawing needs
- Includes pencil, eraser, pigma pens
- Conforms to ASTM d4236
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Pigma sensei manga drawing kit. The 6 piece drawing set includes 03 fine tip, 06 bullet tip, 10 bold tip, 04 plastic tip all black; sakura block eraser, 0.7mm fixed sleeve mechanical pencil. Use fine lines for facial expressions, lettering, and detailing, or bold lines to add impact and drama. The pencil’s fixed sleeve protects the sturdy 0.7mm lead from breaking whether sketching or using templates. The universal appeal of pigma ink makes this kit a value for any illustrator. Sketch whenever creativity sparks. Take pigma sensei drawing sets to classes or conventions. Applicable for creating concepts and sketching, taking notes, journaling. Technical qualities are archival quality, rich, black pigma ink, consistent ink flow, will not smear or feather when dry, waterproof, chemical proof, faderesistant, does not bleed through most papers, meets astm and acmi nontoxicity standard, not recommended for use on fabrics intended to be washed and not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin.
From the manufacturer
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 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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Because I am not much of an artist, I wanted to play with them a little compared to a few other sets she has to see the difference and write an accurate review.
We then collaborated and came up with this review together, agreeing upon most of the principles.
The set is definitely not just for manga, and has been used in our household by all, to draw cartoons, artwork, lettering, scrapbooking, doodling and more.
They dry quickly, which we all love because it means NO smearing, which is essentially when you are drawing. In addition, the various size tips, allow you to choose better for detailing.
There is an included pencil and eraser which is awesome for pre-sketching. Because of the quick drying nature of the pens, this means you can erase the lines as you go with not a single smear mark or trace of the pencil remaining.
We bought these in December and it's now August and they are still going strong. She uses them several times a week, in addition to us using them too. They were a GREAT value for the quality and amazon's price was FAR better than any store we found them at.
Also they were covered in some kind of oil but it was easily removed. Though the pens seems to keep leaking this weird oil, especially the 0.4mm bullet tip one, which has a clear tip as showed in the picture... The ink did flow through it nicely either way but I am afraid they will all dry up the way the fine tip 0.3 one did.
The pencil is wonderful!! It's one of the best pencils I have ever used, sadly since I lost it I no longer have one, although I have bought the kit more than once to stock up on markers and the eraser is really nice! It's not kneaded and it gives off only a small amount of the flakes which is always a bonus. The only way to get that pencil is to buy this kit or another like it, but I was able to find a pencil like it, it was from Pentel I think... same company makes some great, smooth lead refiller, since regular, cheap lead isn't as good even with such a nice pencil.
The markers are also quite nice!! Very smooth, it's a great kit for beginners to start off with. It has the basics needed to start, I don't really use them anymore since I mostly do digital art or I need a kit of pens with a larger variety of sizes, (even small than than the sizing of these pens).
I highly recommend this kit, most of all to starting artists! I bought this as a Christmas gift to a friend who's a newer artist since I know how helpful it can be, I may buy another just to use these markers again, back when I used them I pressed too hard and wore out the ink, just trace along gently and you'll be fine.