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Sakura's Pigma Brush was specifically developed to meet the needs of calligraphers and free-hand artists who require a fine point, flexible, brush-style nib.
The ink is quick-drying, waterproof, fade-resistant, and of archival quality. It will not smear once dry.
Pigma Brush is capable of drawing very fine lines or very broad strokes. Change the width of the line simply by changing the pressure applied to the nib.
Set of 6 Brush Markers
Black, Red, Green, Blue, Brown, and Purple.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
They are great for mixed media
from Colorado Springs, CO
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(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
The only product my daughter uses to do her design work
from Warrington Pa.
My daughter is a fashion designer
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Amazing for Hybrid Techniques
from Boston, MA
The brush nib gives you excellent versatility in texture and stroke width. Much neater than using a true brush with ink, but allows you to replicate the technique with great flow. Watch how heavy you press on the nib of course, but this is one of the better illustration tools I've purchased in the past few years. An excellent investment for the novice and wizard alike!
Great drawing pens
By Deenie Pooh
from Palos Hills, IL
I love these pigma micron pens they are great for drawing. I ink alot of my art work with them and they last a long time. I like to draw with them in my drawing pads that are mainly for manga art. Blick has the best products and I will be buying these pens from now on to draw with because they are of a great quality and they dry quick and do no bleed.
from Kalamazoo, MI
Getting back into drawing and had to find my old stand by. These are the standard for lining and fine detail.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Vibrant colors/mushy nib
By Quality Control Paul
from Ballston Spa, NY
Most vibrant colors of all archival brush markers, especially the blue and orange. Mushy nib difficult to control, and tip of nib breaks down quickly, making these unsuitable for fine lines but good for medium and broad.
Just Love this brush.
from Australian Capital Territory. Australia
These pen/brushes are fantastic. They are so easy to use and I just love the colours. I use these for making personnel cards for people, especially if I didn't have time to paint a card at that time. I have all the colours available and have recently purchased 2 more lots for our grand children for school projects. For the beginner, it may take a little time to get the finish that you are after - it is a case of using pressure for heavier lines or delicately pressing for fine lines. The fact that they are so convenient to grab when you're driving along (passenger of course...) to drop in a few details here and there and then on return home, you can complete the painting.I could not be happier with these brush pens and I am sure that you will be as well.
Love these! Great supplemental colors.
from Auburn, CA
I ordered this set the same time as some Tombow brush pens, and was really pleased to find they work well together. A completely different array of colors to supplement what was missing in my arsenal. They are similar to Tombow in saturation and bleed-through (much less bleed than Prismacolor or a Sharpie), and the blender pen from the Tombow set actually works very well with these. It didn't blend Prismacolor brush markers hardly at all.Overall, really happy with them. I may end up with more someday soon! I do find myself wishing they were double ended with a pen point though for writing.
great pen brushes!
from dallas, tx
Bought these for the guys at work who do a lot of hand drawn illustration. They are by far a favorite pen. Only complaint they have is expense.
(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
Wonderful brush but doesn't last
from Chicago, IL
Let me just say that a fresh Pigma Brush just can't be beat in beautiful linework and ink quality. If you compare this to the Pentel pocket brush (which is also a great brush), the Pigma Brush's black ink is slightly darker and the brush tip is a lot finer. I've used them in conjunction with Copic Markers, so I believe they're waterproof. If you're someone who likes to use brushes and ink with your lines, then this is a very convenient and portable alternative. The Pigma Brush also just gives a lot more character and excitement to basic sketches than a regular ole pencil or pen, which is why I love it so much.But....there's a catch. The integrity of the brush tip goes fast. And I mean speed of light fast. I've used a few of these brush pens, so it's not a matter of a lemon either. I can get 20 serious sketches before the tip starts to fray. The fraying really affects the ink flow, so by the end I'm left with streaky lines. I guess if you're into experimental art, the streaking can make some interesting effects. The brush really isn't that expensive, so I'm willing to keep stocking these babies. A new brush can help you make gorgeous art, but keep some realistic expectations of how long it lasts.
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