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Sakura Pigma 30062 Micron Blister Card Ink Pen Set, Black, Ass't Point Sizes 6CT Set
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- Pigma micron ink pen set
- Experience smooth, skip-free writing and crisp ink colors that leave consistent lettering and lines every time
- Nib sizes for precise line width are 0.20mm, 0.25mm, 0.30mm, 0.35mm, 0.45mm and 0.50mm respectively
- Achieved universal appeal and is carried by technical professionals, artists and crafters
- Available in 6-piece per pack and black color
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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 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.
When accuracy, minute details and preservation count, the unparalleled archival quality of pigma micron pens makes them everyone's first choice. Artist, writers and illustrators reach for pigma micron and know their work is safeguarded with the permanence of pigma ink. Experience smooth, skipfree writing and crisp ink colors that leave consistent lettering and lines every time. It has achieved universal appeal and is carried by technical professionals, artists and crafters alike anthropologists, entomologists, scientists, research laboratories, archivists, architects, professional diamond cutters, cartoonists, manga and anime artists, illustrators, heirloom quilters and decorative fabric artists. Features archival quality ink for use in acidfree environments, chemically stable, waterproof, fade resistant, no smears, feathers or bleedthrough on most papers. Applicable for graphic art, scrapbook, archival recording, pen and ink illustrations, freehand art, rubber stamps, cartooning and fabric design. Technical qualities are archival quality pigma ink, six point sizes, no smear or feather when dry, waterproof and chemical proof, fade resistant, does not bleed through most papers, meets astm and acmi nontoxicity standard and not evaluated for cosmetic use on skin. Set contains 6 different pieces having nib sizes for precise line width are 0.20mm, 0.25mm, 0.30mm, 0.35mm, 0.45mm and 0.50mm respectively. Available in 6piece per pack and black color.
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I've been using Microns since my days at Art School and will continue to do so as I continue in my career.
The ink is pretty dark and very permanent (my old artwork doesn't seem to have faded). Drying time isn't long at all, I can usually erase my under sketch in 30 seconds without any smudging (but wait longer to be safe, I forget sometimes). I really loved these as a beginner because I liked the separate pen nib sizes for drawing different things. The smallest size pen was great for details, but you also want to be super careful with the smaller tips (and really just all of them) not to press to hard or you'll damage it.
I usually reach for nib/brush pens nowadays whenever I do line work because I prefer more dynamic lines, but I always keep some microns on hand for detail work and because they're super convenient to carry around. Some people say that they dry out pretty quickly, but they last pretty long in my opinion. They labeling rubs off over time which can be a pain when you want to grab a specific nib size, but it's no big deal.
But I really recommend these, even though I don't use them as much! It's something I always have laying around :)
Although I didn't get a chance to use all of them, one of the lens was leaking before I even opened it. Not sure if I got a defect, but it is a little disappointing.