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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen 2 Pens Set
- Contains both the soft and hard tip Fudenosuke Brush Pens
- Features a flexible brush tip for different lettering and drawing techniques
- Create extra-fine, fine or medium strokes by a change in brush pressure
- Great for calligraphy and art drawings
- Soft tip and hard tip- water-based, pigmented black ink
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Contains both the soft and hard tip Fudenosuke Brush Pens. Features a flexible brush tip for different lettering and drawing techniques. Create extra-fine, fine or medium strokes by a change in brush pressure. Great for calligraphy and art drawings. Barrels are made of recycled polypropylene plastic. Soft tip and hard tip- water-based, pigmented black ink. Odorless. Non-refillable.
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Now if you haven’t used these before, I would highly, highly recommend getting this pack of both the hard and soft nib! At first, I was leaning towards getting the hard nib pen but after reading several reviews, the opinions on hard vs. soft were everywhere making me unsure whether or not I was getting the right product for what I needed. I’m really glad I decided to go with this pack because now after having them for a while I can definitely say I prefer the soft tip! It just requires such minimal effort to get fine strokes and hard strokes.
Both pens feature great pointed nibs that excel at writing the finest lines with light pressure and fabulous, bold lines with hard pressure. The difference between them is hard to explain. For brush lettering, I think if you have a tendency to write harder and with more pressure in general, you’ll like the hard tip. If you tend to write with lighter pressure like I do, the soft nib is the way to go! The soft tip isn’t too spongy so you can control it around your curves and gives great buttery, bold strokes without needing to exert too much pressure. The hard tip is a little more stiff and I find that if you don’t differentiate between light and hard pressure it’s easy to just write with consistent line width.
The hard tip is the dark blue pen with the green Japanese symbol on it and the soft tip is a very dark green pen with the light blue Japanese symbol on it. Both pens have black, watercolor ink. I’ve attached a picture showing how they differ in writing!
Every one is different but so far I prefer the hard brush to the soft brush. This may change as I gain experience but For now I have more control with the hard brush. I have had these one day and am already making decent progress with lettering. I watched several YouTube vids for these brushes, which was helpful.
One star off because, new, out of the package, these pens are writing on the dry side. I am not sure how long they will last. I wish they were refillable.
Be sure to get the "Fudenosuke" pens, they are not the same as fude pens. The model numbers for these are WS-BS 150 (soft) and WS-BH 150 (hard). Everything else on the pens and packages are in Japanese, so this is the way to tell them apart. The soft pen is all black, the hard pen is a very dark blue that almost looks black. It would be nice if there were some English translation, even if it were on an insert. No stars off for this, just a wish.
Don't judge me for my lettering, this was just after one day. I hope to improve!