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Build tone in your drawings with pens that work like a graphic pencil.
Featuring rich, pure waterbased pigment ink and Japanese nibs in a range of sizes, Derwent Graphik Line Makers lay down smooth, free-flowing lines, perfect for illustration.
Graphik Line Makers are quick-drying, lightfast, and solvent-free.
Black, Set of 6
This set of six pens contains one each of the following sizes 0.05 mm, 0.1 mm, 0.2 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm, and 0.8 mm.
Inked Up Set
Be inspired by professional artist and illustrator Iain McArthur as you take your lines on a journey from doodle discovery to exquisite fine line illustrations. The Inked Up Set includes four Line Makers (0.05 mm, 0.1 mm, 0.3 mm, and 0.5 mm), a 6" × 8¼" sketchbook with 20 printed pages of outlines.
Sets of 3
Sets of three pens contain one each of the following sizes 0.1 mm, 0.3 mm, and 0.5 mm.
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By EM on the road
from Ambler PA
Comments about Derwent Graphik Line Makers:
I bought these on someone's recommendation and they seem really nice can't wait to use them for my sketches.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Derwent Graphik Line Makers
Love this product for everyday use.
Great product in timely delivery!
By Thom Downeast
from Coastal Maine
Just as advertised and excellent quality. Blick always delivers. Thinking about ordering another one for a holiday gift too!
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Lasted One Day
By Art Journaler
from Spokane, WA
I used this new pen on a visual journal spread w/acrylic paint and oil pastels covered with Blick's acrylic varnish. The pen stopped working almost immediately. I bought two and now I've stored the other one away because I'm unsure whether it too will cease up. I'm disappointed and am now using other, more reliable pens. I like the line, crisp line but, for me, this pen was unusable. I'm really disappointed and out a few bucks.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We are sorry to hear that the pen stopped working. Our Customer Care team is here to help you get replacements for any product that you receive that is damaged or defective. A member of our team will be in touch, to see if we can help!
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Great White Line
By Melonie Judd
from Plainfield IL
I have gone through many white paint line pens and have a collection of them that do not work. This one is fantastic. I used it to sign my acrylic painting and it is smooth. I tried it on plastic and it dried right away. I will be back to buy more.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Good Disposable Technical Pen... But
By Doodle and Teach
from Chicago, IL
I bought these to try with my zen tangling and doodling, and thought they were pretty good, until I used them on Bristol Board. They work great in a sketchbook with no issues and I think I would compare them most to the staedler fine liners or the pigma microns. However, when I used them on Bristol for a Zentangle it looked like I had smeared pencil across the page, there were small black flecks across a lot of my white spaces that doesn't happen with the microns or the staedler brand, so don't use these on Bristol for something you want to frame!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Perfect for my urban sketching sessions.
from Toronto, Ontario
Derwent Graphik pens are perfect for my travels to points around the globe for both practise and on site sketching. They fit into any carryon or tote so I can have them at the ready. Derwent has elevated my doodle skills into actual drawing skills. I enjoy using them for quick cards and tags for gifts too. No one tosses out my cards and tags anymore.
(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
They're ok. Not exactly what I had hoped
from New York
I had hoped these pens along with the Graphik paint pens could compliment my watercolor paintings. After some use I still haven't found a good way to incorporate them yet without looking like it was done by marker. There are other products out there like Derwent Inktense, or Aquatone pencils that do pretty much what these do, albeit the Graphik pens are different. First there is a ballbearing shaker inside the pen, so you have to shake/mix the pen before every use. Then you have to depress the tip a few times to get the pigment to the tip. The pigment seems to sit on the surface of the cold press watercolor paper as opposed to absorbing as watercolor might. Following it up with a wet brush can create some interesting effects, but I haven't found the right way for my purposes to enhance my work.I haven't given up on them, I just need to keep experimenting. I would recommend it though as it's cheap enough to experiment with and you might find something that works for you.
Merchant response: These markers are made with waterbased pigmented ink. When used with other waterbased media, they will remain soluble and could potentially bleed into other areas and layers. While they will bleed, they will not completely dissolve nor lose their line. For that property, you may want to check out a Watercolor marker which, when used on sized watercolor paper, will sit more on top of the surface.
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