PIGMA GRAPHIC｜SAKURA COLOR PRODUCTS CORP.
Introduced in 1982 as the pioneer of water-based pigment ink pen.
- Ink dries quickly.
- Ink does not bleed through the thinnest paper.
- 3 fiber nibs size. Line width: 1 = 1.0mm (round), 2 = 2.0mm (chisel) and 3 = 3.0mm (chisel).
Products bearing this symbol have been evaluated in the US by a medical expert to certify that they do not possess more than the allowable level of materials toxic to humans, and hae received certification from ACMI(Art & Creative Materials Institute) in regard to material safety.
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|Item Code||Description||Product Size||Packing Unit||Barcode|
|XSDK1#19||Pigma Graphic 1, Red||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511366183|
|XSDK1#36||Pigma Graphic 1, Blue||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511366169|
|XSDK1#49||Pigma Graphic 1, Black||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511366152|
|XSDK1#117||Pigma Graphic 1, Sepia||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511389564|
|XSDK2#49||Pigma Graphic 2, Black||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511366190|
|XSDK3#49||Pigma Graphic 3, Black||135mm||12pcs. / 1,152pcs.||084511366237|
Barrel, Cap and End plug: PP
Nip holder: POM
Sakura Pigma Graphic Pen – 1.0 mm – Black Ink
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Artists reach for the Pigma Graphic pens to convey their personality, style or feelings, and to safeguard their artwork with the lasting quality of Pigma ink. Designed to meet the specific needs of illustrators, cartoonists, and manga artists, these wider felt drawing nibs broaden the available illustration techniques that can be used. The patented Pigma ink is pigment-based, waterproof, fade-resistant and archival quality. Different ink colors available.Compare Colors & Sizes
|Model Number||SAKURA XSDK1-49|
|Body Color||Light Brown|
|Capped or Retractable||Capped – Snap On|
|Diameter – Grip||8.3 mm|
|Diameter – Max||10.1 mm|
|Grip Color||Light Brown|
|Ink Characteristics||Archival Quality, Chemical-Resistant, Fade-Resistant, Nontoxic, pH Neutral, Quick-Drying|
|Ink Composition iTo learn more about ink composition, see this guide.||Pigment-Based|
|Length – Capped||13.5 cm / 5.3 inches|
|Length – Posted||16.2 cm / 6.4 inches|
|Length – Uncapped||13.0 cm / 5.1 inches|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Black|
|Tip Size (Line Width)||1.0 mm|
|Weight – Barrel (with Ink)||0.21 oz / 6 grams|
|Weight – Cap||0.09 oz / 3 grams|
|Weight – Whole Pen (with Ink)||0.30 oz / 8 grams|
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YES. This is the drawing…
August 15, 2018
YES. This is the drawing pen I’ve been looking for.
Solid all-around cartooning beast. With the Sakura Pigmas, I always have
durability issues — they don’t have an enormous lifespan, but they’re here for
a good time, not a long time. Fantastic quality for the price. Totally
disposable, so I don’t feel bad about throwing it around and scribbling. Simply
perfect for a fat-line user like myself.
Not exactly good for details though. You can’t have it all.
2 people found this helpful
July 2, 2015
This is a perfect pen for the thicker lines when I’m doing line drawings.
2 people found this helpful
First off thank you guys…
July 19, 2012
First off thank you guys so much for adding these to the site! I sent in a
suggestion for these a couple months ago and whether or not that influenced the
decision, still, thank you! I’ll be ordering a whole bunch of them next
In terms of a review, these pens are fantastic. I have one in black ink, and
it’s lasted me for almost a year now. To me, the ink is just amazing, the
blackest black you can achieve and it makes such nice smooth lines. Mine is
starting to run out now (mostly because I used it to colour in quite large
areas) but its still got a few drawings left in it. I honestly can’t say
anything bad about these, they’re awesome! 🙂
2 people found this helpful
May 14, 2019
I use the pens on my shirt paintings projects and they work beautifully
doesn’t run when washed and goes on easily,I first trace around my pictures
and the pens move on the material with ease I have purchased other brands and
they didn’t work well at all so thank you for such a useful handy product that
works exactly like it’s suppose to.
1 person found this helpful
I usually love this pen…and…
January 19, 2018
I usually love this pen…and so I buy 10 at a time.
I was happy to find the Graphic 1 with out a lot of packaging, that simply gets
disposed, so…I order from here.
Sadly, the ink was dried out and the pens had very little juice in them.
1 person found this helpful
Sakura Pigma Graphic Pen Black
Sakura Pigma Graphic pen for lettering or bold strokes with intense black ink.
· Archival quality Pigma® ink
· 1mm bullet tip or square-cut chisel tip in 2mm and 3mm
· Will not smear or feather when dry
· Waterproof and chemical proof
· Fade resistant
· Does not bleed through most papers
|Ink Type:||Liquid Ink, Waterproof Ink|
|Tip Material:||Plastic or Fibre|
Sakura have a long and innovative history. They started in 1921, making crayons, but moved into ink in the 1980s, and changed the pen world for everyone.
They developed the first sub-micron pigments, which enabled waterproof and lightfast drawing ink to be delivered through narrow nib structures, leading to the legendary Pigma Micron drawing pens. In 1984, they launched the world’s first gel ink pen, creating the Gelly Roll brand and a whole new category of writing instruments.
They now specialise in high quality pens for crafting, marking and drawing.
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Sakura Pigma Graphic Pens | 50,000+ Art Supplies
Model / Content / Format
Model / Content / Format
2mm calligraphy tip
Model / Content / Format
3mm chisel tip
Sakura Pigma Graphic Pens are designed for fine lines, shading, textures and colouring in images. They are ideal for graphic art, cartoons, sketches, illustrations, scrapbooks and fabric projects.
The black ink is archival-quality, permanent, fade-resistant, waterproof and chemical-proof. These Sakura Pigma Graphic Pens meet the needs of both graphic artists and hobbyists. They are available with different tip sizes.
Price per pen.
Sakura Pigma Micron Pen Review – CraftyArtistKC
First off, let me say that this pen brand is well known in the art community and is widely accepted as a good beginner pen, but at the same time, it is a pen that stays with you throughout your career. You can get this 8 pen set on Amazon for roughly $12, which makes them approximately $1.50 each.
There are a few things that I look for in apen brand is whether or not it is made with Archival ink. The reason that I look for this is because, over time, ink will wear down and fade or even turn a brownish color. However, archival ink will stand the test of time being both waterproof and fade proof. I would like to also note that each individual pen in this set has their own pros and cons. Something to keep in mind is that I am using just regular printer paper which is fairly thin just to measure the bleed through.
Pigma Brush Pen – This pen is really weird and hard to control your line, especially if you are not used to brush pens. However, it seemed to have a sturdy tip and wrote beautifully without skipping.
Pigma Graphic 1 – This pen is one that I typically use for my main lines. The tip is very sturdy at all angles and writes without skipping. With my other set of these pens, I realized that this Graphic pen seemed to dry up quicker than the others.
Pigma Micron 005-08 – These pens have varying thickness of lines. If you look above, You can see how each one gets smaller than the one before. One thing to note is that the smaller the tip, the more gently you need to write with them. I was a little afraid to press with any “normal” pressure on the three finest tips, but I can see where they come in very handy with detail in my art.
I ran my finger across the ink of each pen immediately after I drew a line and noticed that there was no smearing, even with the brush tip. As far as bleeding through to the back of the paper. I did notice that the places where I started and stopped seemed to bleed through more than the lines. However, over all, the bleed through was minimal if at all. The picture below shows the bleed through. Keep in mind that this is everyday printer paper.
The simple fact that these pens have such a wide variety of tips is amazing to me. You can truly complete any task with these. They write smooth and the pen is easy to handle and comfortable in my hand. I would definitely recommend this pen to any artist for multiple projects.
If you have any tests you would like to see or if you would like for me to perform a specific test, please let me know in the comments below.
Sakura Pigma Graphic 1 – Black Ink
Specially-designed for illustrators, cartoonist and manga artists, the Sakura Pigma Graphic pens enable a wide range of illustration and lettering techniques. The 1 mm bullet nib is designed for shading and texturing.
The pigment-based Pigma ink, invented and patented by Sakura in 1982, is more chemically complex and stable than dye-based ink, with pigment molecules that are 100 times larger than dye molecules. This makes Pigma ink substantially more fade-resistant than dye-based inks. The ink is also non-toxic, waterproof, smear-resistant, bleed-proof, and feather-resistant.
The Sakura Pigma Graphic 1 pen is ideal for art and illustration.
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Pigma ink, invented by Sakura over 25 years ago, continues to be the most reliable permanent ink on the market today. Artists, consumers, the government, and scientists consider Pigma Micron a necessary basic tool for any archival-quality, handwritten pro
Pigma ink, invented by Sakura over 25 years ago, continues to be the most reliable permanent ink on the market today. Artists, consumers, the government, and scientists consider Pigma Micron a necessary basic tool for any archival-quality, handwritten project.
This permanent, fade resistant, chemically stable, pigment-based ink will not bleed or run if liquids are spilled on or applied to the document after the ink has dried. Perfect for legal situations, Pigma ink is nearly impossible to alter on documents, in log books, or on checks. It’s no wonder architects, archivists, anthropologists, entomologists and laboratories depend on Pigma Micron for record keeping.
Manga artists, professional illustrators and watercolorists use the seven point sizes to create precision lines. Our smallest size yet, 003, makes fine details distinct. Scrapbook enthusiasts and crafters require its archival quality for preserving memories in journals, and for making cards, quilts and dolls. Use Pigma Micron to leave a mark that will last a lifetime.
- Ink dries quickly.
- Ink does not bleed through the thinnest paper.
- Ideal for drawing before painting by KOI Coloring Brush Pen and/or Water Colors.
- 8 ultra-fine plastic drawing nib sizes. Line width: 003 = 0.15mm, 005 = 0.20mm, 01 = 0.25mm, 02 = 0.30mm, 03 = 0.35mm, 04 = 0.40mm, 05 = 0.45mm and 08 = 0.50mm ; Fiber nibs size (Graphic). Line width: 1 = 1.0mm (round) ;
Choosing a tool for Zen drawing – liners from the best manufacturers
In modern fine arts, there is one simple technique with which a person, even without special drawing talents, can create unique paintings. It is called zentangle (English zentangle, from “zen” – the school of Buddhism, “tangle” – a tangled ball). It is a black and white abstract drawing composed of repeating patterns and lines. Simply put, all those abstract drawings that we used to draw on the margins of a notebook during boring lectures or meetings can be called zentangles.The drawings are truly unique, because even the same author cannot always repeat his own drawing using this technique.
As a rule, such drawing is determined by human intuition, therefore psychologists consider it a technique that combines creativity and meditation. They argue that Zen painting not only develops creativity, but also relieves stress, focuses attention, and makes you more balanced.
(pictured: anti-stress album Charivny garden and Faber-Castell liner)
Classic zentangles are drawn in black ink on white paper (on a square sheet 9 cm wide).Therefore, in order to master this technique, you only need a sheet of paper and a pen with a fine nib, and best of all – liner.
(pictured: sketchbook A5 and Sakura liners)
Why a liner rather than a fountain pen, gel pen or felt-tip pen? The fact is that their ink is differently absorbed and dries, therefore, it is difficult for them to achieve the effect of a professional drawing. If this drawing does not blur right away (especially on loose paper), then it will probably do it upon contact with liquid.
(pictured: Faber-Castell sepia capillary pen set)
A completely different matter liner – its pigment waterproof ink does not blur on paper, does not wash off with water and does not fade. In addition, the thickness of its thin nib allows you to write and draw with very thin, clear lines ranging from 0.05 mm to 2.5 mm thick. Basically, the liner is intended for writing on paper, cardboard and other loose surfaces. On glossy, plastic, smooth wax paper or tracing paper, its ink dries for a long time (this is a water-based pigment ink, not an alcohol marker).
(In the photo: Moleskine sketchbook and Letraset liners)
To its credit, the liner manufacturers have made every effort to ensure that this professional device is universally recognized. If earlier they were used only by professionals – architects, graphic artists or calligraphers – now the liner can be bought in a stationery store at a very reasonable price.
What is the difference between ink liner, isograph and liner?
The only difficulty this writing instrument has faced since it hit “mainstream” use is the confusion with the name.As they just do not call it: liner (liner), flight fader, ink liner, isograph or Japanese marker. In fact, these are different things, which, although they are essentially the same tool for performing accurate drawing projects, have a distinctive operating principle.
Reisfeder is a metal handle with bifurcated ends, two springy leaves of which are connected at one point. A gap is formed between the flaps, where a pencil or ink pen is inserted.The width of the refeder line is fixed by turning a small knurled nut. By the way, this device is not without reason mentioned in the film “Office Romance” as a tool for plucking eyebrows – outwardly, it looks like something between a compass and a pair of tweezers.
Rapidograph is a more modern device made in the form of a fountain pen with a tubular nib and a reservoir for ink. In order to avoid clogging of the tubular feather with drying ink, there is a movable needle-rod in its hole. There are ink liners with multiple refills (ink is poured into a removable spray can) or with a disposable spray (you need to buy a new cartridge for refueling).Taking into account the design features of the instrument, work with the ink liner should be held with its tip perpendicular downward. An isograph is, in fact, the same ink liner, only with it you can write at various inclinations to the surface.
Well, liner is a one-time simplified version of everything listed above.
Choosing a liner
Liners are good for sketching, painting and writing – they produce thin, smooth, soft lines without smudges or smudges. They work on special water-based inks with increased color intensity.
In addition, the liners are distinguished by an increased service life due to the wear-resistant writing unit and a large supply of ink.
(pictured: Faber-Castell multi-colored capillary pen set)
Unlike fountain pens, liners have fairly sensitive nibs, and the ink is not as thick. Therefore, it is recommended to store them in a horizontal position with a tightly closed cap and, if possible, not to drop them. And most importantly, when writing or drawing, the rod should not be pressed too hard, it should barely touch the surface of the paper.Otherwise, the rod can completely go into the body and the liner will break.
The Sakura Pigma Micron is considered the “official” pen of the zentangle technique in the USA (for the simple reason that the technique itself was invented by the Americans Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas). Among the manufacturers of equally popular liners, there are such brands as Faber Castell, Koh-I-Noor, Letraset, Centropen.
Professional liner of the famous Japanese brand Sakura, a representative of the special art series Pigma Micron.The advantages of the liner include high environmental friendliness of the product – it is known that Sakura uses materials that have passed certification for toxic safety ASTM D-4236 in production. Sakura Pigma Micron ink is made using acid-free technology, has high water resistance and protection against discoloration. Line thickness – 0.45 mm.
Liner Letraset Fine Line
Professional liner from the British company Letraset, which produces innovative office supplies for commercial design. The liner nib leaves a thin line of rich black color. The Fine Line Drawing Pen has a long-lasting, waterproof pigment ink. The liner cap is equipped with a metal clip and a transparent window. Line thickness – 0.3 mm.
Practical liner for every day from the famous German brand Faber-Castell. Already the best-selling design stationery, the Liner of the Fine Pen Creative Series is ideal for calligraphic writing and drawing. Has a large volume of permanent water-based colorfastness ink.Line thickness – 0.4 mm.
Simple but very economical liner from the Czech brand Centropen. Its non-drying ink does not lose its qualities for up to 14 days if the liner is left without a cap. The liner has a plastic nib in a metal frame. Odorless, water-based ink. The body has an ergonomic shape. Line thickness – 0.3 mm.
The ultra-thin everyday liner from the Faber-Castell Ecco Line. Line thickness – 0.1 mm.
The set contains four pens of different sizes (line thickness from 0.3 to 5 mm).A great solution for daily drawing and sketching. Simulates the effect of mascara.
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