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Tombow Dual Brush Pens have two tips — a flexible brush tip and a fine-point, hard nylon tip. Both tips are fed from the same ink reservoir ensuring exact color match. Tombow's odorless waterbased inks blend to create any color desired.
With the flexible nylon fiber brush tip, you can achieve fine, medium, or boldbrush strokes simply by changing the pressure on the point. The resilient tip springs back to hold its shape, stroke after stroke.
With the hard nylon tip, you can create consistent lines, tight drawings, borders, copy markings, fine lettering, and more.
Tips can be dipped in water to create subtle color washes. They're ideal for use with rubber stamps.
Tombow Dual Brush Pens are 7¾" long (20 cm) with color-coded caps for quick selection. The brush nib and hard nib are at opposite ends, and the barrel's anti-roll design is perfect for busy artists. The pens are odorless, use non toxic inks or pigments, and are acid-free.
Set of 96 Colors
Includes 95 colors and a Blender, in a desktop stand for easy access.
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.
Set Contents — Please refer to the Item Specs tab of this page for a complete listing of set contents.
Bright Colors, Set of 10
Gray Scale Colors, Set of 6
Gray Scale Colors, Set of 10
Landscape Colors, Set of 6
Landscape Colors, Set of 10
Manga Shojo Colors, Set of 10
Manga Shonen Colors, Set of 10
Muted Colors, Set of 10
Portrait Colors, Set of 6
Portrait Colors, Set of 10
Primary Colors, Set of 6
Primary Colors, Set of 10
Secondary Colors, Set of 6
Secondary Colors, Set of 10
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Comments about Tombow Dual Brush Pens:
Tombow markers are one of my favorites. They are easy to work with and work well with water. I use mine pretty hard so they don't last that long. Which is my biggest draw back. Overall though, they are great markers.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Dual Brush is the way to go
from Santa Ana, CA.
The dual brush design gives you more options with applying colors than just the brush only design.
I have several of the Tombow brush pens and love the versatility of the dual tips, and water soluble attributes. Great for travel sketching with or without a water brush, and writing.
A good tool
from Brooklyn, N.Y.
I have been using these markers to do grayscale artwork for comic book art. It has a real painter's quality and that's what make keep buying them.
Tom (bow) Terrific
By Franko Delitr
We used the brush pens to create 24 panels for a company team builder.Very consistent color and stroke;great pens enjoyed by beginners and pros alike.
I generally use these for backgrounds and these water-based pens are good not to soak through to the other side. Lovely colors, great coverage
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TomBows are the best
from Olympia, WA
Tombows have the widest range of colors and last a very long time. I had some stuck in storage for about 15 years and they still worked as if I just bought them. I haven't tried the new blending pen yet, but am looking forward to it. The price that are sold at Blick are the lowest I found on line. I was able to buy more than I expected.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
My favorite markers
from Sun City, AZ
These markers are the best of you want that vibrant color and easy fill in needed for large area. The brush end DOES NOT bleed through which I love. The other end can bleed through if you put too much pressure on that end. I love, love, love that Dick Blick sells them individually. Beginning of each month, I pick more colors to add to my Tombow stash. I will have them all at some point.
Wish I bought the complete set!
from Langley WA
If you want watercolor brushes that blend beautifully and last long, get these markers.
I purchased these markers specifically for brush lettering. They are awesome for that! You can achieve nice thick lines on the downstroke and thin lines for the upstroke. Although, I did need to practice the upstroke quite a bit. The only two things I found that I didn't much like about them are the tips frayed a little bit, but that was because I was using notebook paper and really should have been using a "smooth" paper and if I went over my lines a second time, some areas almost looked streaky. I tried blending with the colorless blender but that made the ink bleed a little bit. Again, that was probably due to the fact that I was using notebook paper.Overall, if you're learning brush lettering, I would definitely recommend these markers, just be sure to use "smooth" paper.
Tombow Dual Brush Pens have two tips — a flexible brush tip and a fine point, hard nylon tip so you can achieve fine, medium, or bold brush strokes simply by changing the pressure on the point. The resilient tip springs back to hold its shape, stroke after stroke. Both tips are fed from the same ink reservoir ensuring exact color match. Tombow's odorless waterbased inks blend to create any color desired.
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