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Sakura XBR-12SA 12-Piece Koi Assorted Coloring Brush Pen Set
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- Koi coloring brush pen set
- These pens perform similar to an artist brush
- The durable tip will quickly spring back to its original shape
- The odorless, water-based solvent facilitates smooth blending and layering of colors
- Set consists of red, pink, pale orange, orange, yellow, yellow green, green, blue, sky blue, purple, brown and black colors
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Coloring your artwork is easy, anywhere, anytime with the nomess, dyebased, koi coloring brush pens. These pens perform similar to an artist brush. Make fine, medium or bold brush strokes just by changing the amount of pressure to the nib. The durable tip will quickly spring back to its original shape. The odorless, waterbased solvent facilitates smooth blending and layering of colors. Koi coloring brushes are a convenient way to add vibrant color to any sketch, journal, cartoon, illustration or rubber stamps. Use the colorless blender pen to create seamless washes and color gradations. Applicable for illustration, journaling, sketching, rubber stamping, architectural drawings and manga comic art. Technical qualities are flexible nylon nib, odorless, waterbased solvent facilitates easy blending, 12 color sets packaged in a reusable plastic case with front clasp. The 12 color set is organized in a durable, translucent storage box from artbin, dye based ink, for best results, use on a heavy weight, platefinish paper smooth but not coated. Set consists of red, pink, pale orange, orange, yellow, yellow green, green, blue, sky blue, purple, brown and black colors.
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I bought the 12 pc set because on sale for a significantly lower price. Otherwise, these pens are a bit more expensive than Tombows considering how many distributors there are and you can use Michael's coupons to reduce Tombow prices and buy one specific color at a time.
The colors are rich and lovely.
Using the correct paper, the brush tip glides easily.
The tip is staying strong and you can easily make thin and thick strokes (esp in comparison to other brands).
It's been about a couple of weeks or so since I first received these pens and started using them. I have used them a bit but not excessively. I am right handed and have a medium press especially when I want thicker strokes for bigger projects. With that said, some of the pens have begun to fray and I am so sad about it!!!! WHYYYYY!
Another con is the color red: it is more like maroonish brown than bright red so that's disappointing.
The peach color is sort of useless because it is so light it barely shows on paper so it can only really be used for highlights but its not light enough for dark paper either so it is in pristine condition at this point.
They also don't bleed through. Sakura in general doesn't seem to bleed through actually. I've bought like 3 different items from them, not even their sharpie like marker that comes in their Manga Sensei pack bleeds through.
To definitely get more out of this, get a colorless blender for some nice fading. If you want to shade with markers, you will have to before hand know where you wanna put your shadows, then use your blender. Not really related to the markers but it's just something in general for all markers. Only markers that don't need such things are Copic markers which are A TON of money.
Colorless blender + these markers + some patience = reasonable price to replace Copic markers.
They also dry really quickly.
I tried them just doodling. Color then use a water brush these blend nicely. They do dry fast that makes it hard to blend with turpenoid.
The colors are very vibrant. I am not a expert but I think they do a excellent job. In my opinion Sakura is a good brand. One can find video how to use them. Children see they are a brush & they just love them
Although everybody loves Tombow, I find Sakura smoother and easier to use.
This set has great colors for beginners and you can mix the colors well, make great blendings.
If you are looking for different options than traditional tombow, go for it.