|Item Weight||0.48 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.5 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DBP-56621|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DBP-56621|
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Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art Marker, N15 - Black, 1-Pack
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- Dual tip marker features both a flexible brush tip and firm fine tip
- Resilient, flexible nylon tips
- Blendable, water-based ink
- Features flexible nylon fiber brush tip on one end and a fine tip on the other end
- Brush pressure can be used to create medium or bold strokes
- Ink is water-based blendable, odorless and non-bleeding
- Acid free and non-toxic
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Flexible Brush Tip
Tombow Dual Brush Pens available in 96 brilliant colors! Use the flexible brush tip like a paintbrush to color quickly and create fine to broad strokes. The nylon brush tip retains its tip stroke after stroke.
The water-based ink colors are easy to create a smooth blending using the Colorless Blender Pen. Get a watercolor effect, blend colors together or cover your page quickly with the many different blending techniques you can produce with the Dual Brush Pens.
At the other end of each Dual Brush Pen is the fine tip for consistent thin lines. Strong and un-mash-able, the fine tip is perfect for adding colorful details and journaling.
Both the brush tip and the fine tip of the Dual Brush Pens are easy to clean by scribbling on a piece of scrap paper, quickly acquiring the original bright colors.
There is a versatile, flexible nylon fiber brush tip on one end that creates medium or bold strokes by simply changing brush pressure. The fine tip on the other end is for smooth straight lines or writing. The waterbased ink is blendable, odorless and non-bleeding. Acid free and non-toxic. Imported.
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Tombow Dual Brush Pen - Fine Marker Point Type - Brush Marker Point Style - Black Ink - 1 Each
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In the attached picture, the text that says "tombow dual brush pen" (both in black and purple) are written with the style of pen. The text at the top "tombow dude brush pen" is written with the Tombow Fude Brush Pen, Fudenosuke, Soft (GCD-112) that I prefer.
Having said that, it is still my favorite brush pen I've used for larger lettering. I've also tried the Sakura brush pen and the Kuretake brush pen. See photos for comparison.
I wouldn't recommend Sakura's brush pens (though, I love their Micron pens!) as mine dried out very quickly and also had bad fray, which is evident in my lettering. I really like the Kuretake brush pens--the point is stiffer and feels "sturdier" so I don't worry about fraying the tips, and the ink is nice and juicy. The downside to stiffer tips is that you don't get the nice thick downstrokes that you get with a softer tip, like the Tombows. I prefer the Tombow just slightly over the Kuretakes because my handwriting comes out just a tad nicer with the Tombows.
If you're just starting out, though, I'd recommend the Kuretake brush pens--they're cheaper with a slightly stiffer point which allows for more control in your lettering.
Update: reduced to 3 stars. I've had the pen for about a week and the tip is fraying; pen is not as inky as it was. I've only used it on about 3-4 occasions. Meanwhile, my Kuretake pens (which I've had for about a month or so) are still going strong and the tips show no sign of fray.
See "believe you can" photo to see comparison between Tombow (black) and Kuretake (green), written today. Photos may not show clearly but Tombow lettering has streaky/dry upstrokes.
My only issue with this pen is that the brush tip looses its pointed tip after sometime. This becomes a problem when you are trying to create very dynamic hand lettering with a strong distinction between thick and thin lines. But, this problem could be easily fixed by avoiding using this pen for everyday practice. Overall, it's a great pen and definitely a staple in my stationery collection!