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Sakura Pigma Brush Pen
Inking, finalizing line art, illustration, drafting, graphic design, calligraphy and crafts.
Sakura Pigma Brush Pens are pens with a flexible brush-styled nib that uses a pigma ink that's both acid-free and archival. Disposable/Non-refillable.
Available in various colors:
User Reviews (Pros and Cons):
[Hendercrazy]: The Sakura Brush Pen, in my opinion, is of the same overall quality of the AST! Sakura Pigma Micron Pens.
Pros: Lightweight, very easy to grip, steady flowing ink, and nice flexible brush nib. I primarily use this pen to fill-in large areas of black in my illustrations. Works best on both smooth bristol and vellum papers. Acid free and archival for those interested in preserving their work.
Cons: The nibs start off nice and crisp... but roughen up after some considerable use. Thus... making your brush strokes much less accurate and choppy. For this very reason is why I primarily use this pen just for filling in areas of black. The pen will also have a tendency to bleed... even on smooth surface paper. So again... best used for filler.
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