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Tombow Dual Brush Pen – 772 – Blush

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Available in a dazzling array of colors and featuring a convenient double-sided design, Tombow Dual Brush pens are wonderful for drawing, lettering, and crafting. It’s no wonder that they are so popular among artists and crafters alike!

Features:

  • Flexible and resilient nylon brush tip for creating fine, medium, and broad strokes.
  • Sturdy bullet tip for drawing consistent fine lines.
  • Water-based, blendable, acid-free, odorless ink.

Compare Colors & Sizes

Model Number TOMBOW AB-T772
Manufacturer Tombow
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Capped or Retractable Capped – Snap On
Clippable No
Converter-Compatible No
Diameter – Grip 10. 3 mm, 9.9 mm
Diameter – Max 12.0 mm
Features Double-Sided
Gift Set No
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Acid-Free, Blendable, Low-Odor, Nontoxic
Ink Composition iTo learn more about ink composition, see this guide. Dye-Based, Water-Based
Ink Refillable No
Length – Capped 19.0 cm / 7.5 inches
Length – Posted 20.2 cm / 8.0 inches, 20.8 cm / 8.2 inches
Length – Uncapped 18.0 cm / 7.1 inches
Pre-Installed Ink Color Pink (Blush)
Tip Length 1.2 cm / 0.5 inches
Tip Material Felt (Nylon)
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Type Brush, Bullet
Water-Resistant No
Weight – Whole Pen (with Ink) 0. 40 oz / 11 grams

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March 20, 2019

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Beautiful color!

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Really beautiful pink,…

January 3, 2019

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Really beautiful pink, not too pastel.

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June 26, 2018

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The Tombow brush pens are always great! The color is also beautiful!

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Such a pretty sift pink…

January 28, 2018

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Such a pretty sift pink color! My favorite pen of all of the Tombow brush pens I
have.

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December 27, 2017

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Great color. Keep in mind that the quality of the tips tends to be a little bit
hit or miss when you’re ordering from Jetpens. Sometimes the tips are really
springy and durable and other times they’re a bit mushy. The pens also often
have caps that don’t click properly onto the pen barrel or caps that click
extremely securely and require a lot of tugging to remove. This one frayed
really quickly and had a slightly loose cap. Just something to keep in mind –
I’m sure there’s also variance in quality when ordering from any other Tombow
supplier. The price is also extremely reasonable for single Tombow pens.

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Brush Pens: Small vs. Big. What’s the difference?

I’m going to walk you through the difference between a small pen and a big pen!

In actuality, when someone refers to the size of a brush pen, they are just referring to the size of the tip…a big one or a small one! It sounds pretty simple, but there is a bit of clarification needed.

First Things First…

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Now let’s get started!

Prefer watching over reading? Feel free to skip right to the video and see these in real-time! 👇🏻


So, what is the difference?

Let’s take a look at the two most popular small and big brush pens.

When I take the tops off of these pens, you can see there is a HUGE difference between the size of the tips.

The main differences between the two are the stroke thicknesses

Small pen stroke (left) vs. big pen stroke (right)

Where the difference comes into play with these is if you’re practicing your calligraphy with specific workbooks (like mine, 😉).

I have specific workbooks for use with small and big pens.

Why the difference in workbooks?

See the difference?

If you tried to use a small pen in the big pen workbook, your downstroke would not be thick enough. And vice versa.

But alas, the pens that fall in the “in-between” range…

In the case of a pen that falls in between a big or small tip, I would suggest going for a big pen workbook because your stroke will be easier for you to control.

The Faber Castell Brush Pen is probably my LEAST favourite pen, but if you find yourself using it, I would definitely qualify this more as a big pen due to it’s very flexible tip.

Same goes for anything bristley, that’s a bit harder to control, like this Micron pen or even just a paintbrush.

The best way to decide if it’s a big pen, is anything bigger than the Tombow Fudenosuke.


And that’s a wrap!

I hope this explanation was helpful! If you’d like my recommendations for all pens or supplied in general, I’ve got a FREE 50-page guide right here.

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How to use the Tombow dual brush pen for brush calligraphy – Pieces Calligraphy

If you follow me on Instagram, you are well aware of my love for Tombows.

I created this post (with a video at the end!) as an overview of the Tombow Dual Brush Pen.

The reason it is called a “dual” brush pen, is because on one end, there is a flexible tip…

I use the flexible tip 99% of the time. It is what allows me to create calligraphy with single strokes in a smooth, easy, consistent manner. Calligraphy is defined by its varying thick and thin lines, which you’ll see below as I demonstrate how I write.

And on the other end of the pen, there is a fine tip…

The fine tip does not allow for the thick and thin lines, as it has only one width. This is still extremely helpful for touching up what you’ve written with the flexible tip, it allows for smaller fonts, and it can easily be used to create faux calligraphy.

It is impossible to cover everything about brush pens in one post, so I’ll leave you with this simple drill that I do often to warm up my writing and practice.

To see me doing this drill in action, you can find a quick video on this drill here.

And at last, I am excited to share with you a video longer than my usual 15-second Instagram clips. The video covers the Tombow dual brush pen briefly and I demonstrate how I write with it.

This is a huge step for me, as I have always wanted to film more in-depth videos and get into video editing. You are doing me a huge honor viewing my first full-length video! Thank you for your time.

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Zebra, Kuretake, Tombow brush pen showdown

Because it was obviously meant to be, I recently won a Jetpens x Illustration Friday giveaway for six disposable brush pens: two sizes each of Zebra, Kuretake, and Tombow brush pens. I have actually bought and used every single one of these pens before, but I have never had fresh new pens of each type all at the same time, so I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to properly compare them all!

Brush pen showdown time.

Zebra actually has a third size of disposable brush pen (super fine), and while the giveaway loot didn’t include it, I just happened to have several brand new pens of this type, so I included it in this comparative review as well.

Initial test page on cardstock. Brand new pens, all of these!

It makes sense that the ink flow in each pen is a little rough fresh out of the packaging, but there’s still a performance difference here. In particular, I was really displeased with the Kuretake extra fine. It was easily the finest tipped pen of the batch, but the tip was hard and scratchy. Even when I wrote slowly, the ink didn’t flow very well, and throughout the duration of the test, I never got rid of the rough, drybrushy feel. I really love drybrushing with my nylon tip brush pens, but on a felt tip, and especially on a felt tip this fine, it seemed kind of wasted.

Other than that, I think the rest of the initial test demonstrates each pen’s range and capabilities pretty well. I put the Zebra super fine at the bottom, apart from the other Zebras, because aside from being a bonus pen for this review, I really wanted to compare it directly with the Tombow Fudenosuke hard. The Tombow hard has been my inking pen of choice for several years now, and when I first played with the three Zebras, I was struck by how similar the super fine was to the Tombow.

And now I can say with confidence that the Zebra super fine is basically the perfect blend of the Tombow Fudenosuke soft and hard brush pens. The Zebra is more flexible and can get a slightly thicker line than the Tombow hard, but it isn’t as bendy or thick as the Tombow soft. I inked almost exclusively with the Zebra super fine at both IKKiCON and Chibi Chibi Con and felt that the performance difference between it and the Tombow hard was pretty negligible… I don’t usually go super thick with lines when I’m inking with felt tip, but it’s nice to know that the Zebra can get a slightly thicker line without compromising control over its thin lines at all!

Brush pen showdown continued!

I tried to get an even better demonstration of each pen’s full line weight capabilities above. I also wrote all the words with the side of the pen instead of the tip (I kinda alternated in that initial page). I didn’t bother running a Copic marker or a watercolor brush over these test pages this time — I already know that all of these pens are both waterproof and alcohol-proof.

Interestingly, the Zebra fine can get a thicker line than the Zebra medium…while still being able to get the thinner line as well. The Kuretake fine is pretty similar to the Tombow soft. Boy, wouldn’t it be great if we could somehow consolidate all these pretty meaningless pen descriptors?

Pen tip comparison. The pens are in the same order as they are in the test sheets, so Zebra medium at top and Zebra super fine at bottom.

As you can see, all these pens are felt tips and most of them are really pretty similar looking. Jetpens actually took some better photos themselves, haha. You see more black on the tips of the Zebra medium and the Kuretake fine, but it’s just that the material at the base of the felt tip is also black instead of clear — that whole black part isn’t inked, which is why the Zebra fine can still manage a thicker line than the Zebra medium.

Honestly, all of these pens perform well (since I didn’t seem to have the scratchy drybrush problem with the last Kuretake extra fine I had, I’m gonna chalk it up to a bad individual pen), and they all cost $2.50 each on Jetpens, so choosing between them is just a matter of personal preference as far as line width and tip flexibility.

Wanted to demonstrate casual hanzi/kanji writing with these pens, even if my handwriting is awful! (Sure hope I didn’t mess up stroke order anywhere ’cause brush pens sure make it obvious!)

The negligible difference between the Tombow hard and the Zebra super fine tie them for me. While the Zebra super fine technically has a wider line weight range, I get sentimental about dumb things and I’ve been using the Tombow hard for a really long time, so they’re even, dammit! The other pens are all swell, but aside from the Kuretake extra fine, they’re all larger, looser, and wider, and I, personally, just don’t want or need my lines to be that big most of the time.

The Kuretake extra fine, meanwhile, draws such a fine line, that unless you draw with the side of the tip, you’re always gonna get that same line…and I don’t like inking with the side of the tip. It’s okay for sketching, maybe, but not for inking. Because of that, the Kuretake extra fine is almost like a tech pen to me, and that totally defeats the purpose!

Brush pensssss.

Kuretake actually makes two other disposable brush pens. They’re called Kuretake Fudegokochi pens, which I find really maddening because they’re still disposable brush pens, but Kuretake having both those and named disposable brush pens kind of implies they aren’t. At $3.50, they’re also a dollar more than “normal” Kuretake disposable brush pens — even though they don’t perform all that differently, I guess the pen bodies are kind of nicer? I had good initial impressions of them, but later found that the ink in the Fudegokochis were wetter than the normal disposables. Because I tend to ink pretty quickly, that meant I ended up smearing the ink a lot, so I never got them again!

There are a few other disposable felt tip brush pens of short-ish length, like the Pilot pocket brush, which comes in both soft and hard. I got the hard a while back, but never got around to reviewing it. It’s fun to write with, but the ink is, again, too wet for me to ink with, so it’s a sketching only pen. Maybe this wetter ink is what causes the price increase? The Pilot pocket brushes are $5/each.

There’s also the Pilot Petit3 mini fude, which is cute and refillable, but I found the brush tips to be really unimpressive for fine lines. I wasn’t really fond of the fatter and shorter pen either, even if it’s kind of normal length with the cap posted. Also, Pilot standard inks are not waterproof.

BRUSH PENS.

Other felt tip brush pens of longer length include the Kuretake #33 and the brush tip side of the Tombow dual brush series. I like those pens for sketching, but while you can get pretty fine lines with them, they’re really hard to control, so I don’t think they’re great for precise ink work. That said, Mad Rupert (who draws the excellent webcomic Sakana) famously inks exclusively with Kuretake #33s.

And there are still a lot of brush pens I haven’t tried yet, too, but all of them are more expensive than the ones included in this review, and I kind of doubt they add much new to the mix.

This is the Zebra super fine with a Tombow dual brush for greys.

Somehow I think this turned into less of a comparative review and more of a I LOVE BRUSH PENS EVERYONE GO BUY BRUSH PENS THEY ARE GREAT post.

Oh well!

About the author

Kiri is an artist, writer, and (brush) pen enthusiast in Seattle with over 12 years of convention vending experience and an inclination towards verbosity.

Brush Pens Comparison

Brush lettering has taken over the  dip pen calligraphy. The ease of using the brush markers and the availability of its different colors attracted more letterers. Unlike dip pen, brush markers can be carried wherever you go without worrying of ink spillage.

The tip of the brush makers is not like the brushes [with hair strands] we used for painting, although watercolor brushes are also great tool to do brush lettering. Brush markers is spongy, fibrous tip, usually shaped like a cone. And it’s firmness can be lose after several usage.

There are numerous brands and colors to choose from. Choosing the best one is overwhelming. There are  popular brands that gets rave reviews from the letterers. But you also need to consider the price especially if you are new to this hobby. To get you some insights here are the brush makers or also known as brush pens that I have used. And here’s my thoughts about each product.

 

Color Factory Brush Marker

This brand is my very first brush marker. I bought one piece, violet color, at Dollar Store. I was so elated when I found it. Finally I had the chance to try brush lettering.

I wasn’t impressed on the first time I used it. It requires me to do drills and a lot of practice to get to use on brush lettering. Eventually, I learned how to use it…  not still my best but I can see improvements in my lettering. And bought two more in different colors (pink and green) to mix and match colors of letters… well I will get bored if only use one color.

Although I’m happy with the Color Factory Brush Markers,  I also found some downsides of this brand:

  • Brushes are not consistent when it comes to stiffness. The first marker I bought, purple, is a bit hard, reason why I didn’t really enjoy my first try of the product. I have to give more pressure just to soften the brushes.

On the other hand, the green one is to soft which makes it hard to control especially on writing curves.

The perfect stiffness is the pink brush marker. I don’t know with other color brush markers though. Since I only bought three.

  • Color options is limited and it just the basic colors.
  • It is not dual. Unlike other brush pens, Color Factory Brush Marker has only one tip which is the brush.

Not really a big deal on my part since I am after with the brush.

  • It’s expensive. One brush marker cost me $3.00 CAD exclusive tax.

Artist’s Loft Watercolor Dual Tip Markers

These markers contain water-based ink that is suitable for use with water or watercolor paints. With a fine tip on one end and a brush tip on the other, you can create fine lines or thick strokes with equal ease.

The set contains 12 brilliant colors. I have to say that half of it are vibrant colors and the other half are earth tone colors. I am honestly in love with the range of colors.

When it comes to firmness of the brushes all are consistent and just perfect. The only thing is that some tips of  the brushes have the tendency to spread which gives you an unrefined output.

I purchased mine at Michaels for 15.00 CAD for the 12-pc set.

Tombow Dual Brush Pen

The most popular Brush Pen. It gets rave reviews from different letterers. Thus, you can’t blame me if I wished for it.

This is actually the brand that I was looking for at Michaels. Sadly, it’s not available in Canada’s Craft store. I almost bought at Amazon, but need to control myself. After all my brush markers work fine.  And I also try my luck by joining Tombow giveaways, but not lucky to win it.

But guess what, I am bound to have it. I found 4 sets of 6-pc Tombow Dual Brush Pen at garage sale in our neighbor for $3. 00 per set.  I didn’t think twice nor tried the pens or even open the packages. As soon as I saw it I grabbed and paid it. And luckily all work well.

Tombow Dual Brush Pen  has flexible brush tip and fine tip in one marker. Brush tip works like a paintbrush to create fine, medium or bold strokes; fine tip gives consistent lines.  The water-based ink is blendable and the resilient nylon brush retains it’s point stroke after stroke.

Brushes are softer compare to Artist’s Loft Brand. But they’re almost the same, you really can’t tell the difference in the first place. I have to do upward and downward stroke several times just to discreetly compare the stiffness of the brush. Plus it’s a second hand, I don’t know if the stiffness changes over the period of time.

As mentioned since it’s second hand, some brushes are worn out but  you can still write a nice and clean letters. Also I notice some few drops of transparent liquids around the body near the brush area [in some brush pens]. I assume that the first owner put some liquids on it so it will work.

Nevertheless, I still enjoyed using the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. The range of colors are so pretty that you can easily blend with each other.

 

 Pigma Brush Pen

The size and length of the brush is smaller than the three markers mentioned above. The brush is also softer which I find it hard to control. Thus, I will not recommend it to beginners.

The tip is fine but if you will look closely it is fibrous which gives you a not so polish letters.

The best thing about this brush is its vivid color. And it’s waterproof and fade proof. According to sakuraofamerica.com,  Sakura color products was invented and patented PIGMA ink in 1982. This special formulation of pigment based ink is more complex and stable than dye based inks. Pigma ink has become the standard for what is defined as reliable, permanent, archival quality ink.

Pigma Brush-Tip pens comes in 8 colors. One piece is $3. 99 and one set of 8 pc is $25.51.

 

My Choice

Color Factory, Artist’s Loft and Tombow brushes are similar when it comes to sizes and the flexibility of the brushes. These three brands can be used to write a bigger letters.

For beginners I’ll recommend the cheapest one which is the Artist’s Loft. Don’t let yourself overload with the different kind of markers. What matters for the beginners is to create a muscle memory so practice, practice and practice. And expect that you will throw more practice sheets and waste more inks. So I recommend the cheapest brand for the beginners

But if you want a wide variety of colors to create fun and more creative lettering, I’ll go with Tombow brand.

Sakura Pigma Brush- pen on the other hand is my least favorite for brush lettering because I find it hard to control and fibrous tip. I still have to do drill with this pen so that I’ll get use to it.

 

I know there are other brands that I need to try. Crayola brands are also good. I saw some short videos at Instagram of letterers using this brand. Tempted to buy this brand but I have to focus on practice. After all I still have lots of pens to use to practice.

 

 

Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen – Hard Tip

Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen is designed for calligraphy and brush lettering beginners who are not familiar with a brush pen to write hand lettering. Its special processed tip has a hard elastomer (resin) core which can be written with an average pressure (approximately 250g), just like the pressure you used with a ballpoint pen or a gel pen. There is no risk that the flexible tip will be broken even with more pressure.

 

It applies waterproof, pigment-based ink. The ink is water-resistant and light-resistant after dying so that it is safe for postal or archival purposes. Even with water dye marker on it, it does not bleed. With a diameter of 10 mm and a length of 142 mm, it literally is a daily brush pen that you can carry around. Writing distance is up to 4000 characters with four hundred letters of manuscript paper.

  • Perfect lettering pen for beginners and intermediate users
  • Flexible but firm tip which is very easy to be controlled
  • Portable size and elegant pen body
  • Waterproof, pigment-based ink

 

How to Use

Thanks to its flexible but firm elastomer tip, it is capable of drawing a variety of expressions from extra fine to medium. Creating beautiful strokes just by changing your pressure on its tip.

For more color choice, please check Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen – 10 Color Set.

Behind the name of ‘Fudenosuke’

‘Fude’ means ‘brush pen’ in Japanese. ‘nosuke’ in Japanese is ‘之助’, which is a popular name with a traditional vibe in Japan. The name of ‘Fudenosuke’ always reminds people of traditional Japanese brush pen.

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378-2 Transp. Oxide Red
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408-1 Raw Umber
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108-1 Chinese White
207-3 Cadmium Lemon
208-3 Cadm.Yellow L
210-3 Cadm. Yellow D
242-3 Aureoline
238-2 Gamboge
211-3 Cadmium Orange
311-2 Vermilion
303-3 Cadmium Red
314-3 Cadmium Red M
306-3 Cadmium Red D
336-2 Permanent Madder
318-2 Carmine
366-2 Quinacridone Rose
567-2 Perm. Red Violet
532-2 Mauve
568-2 Perm. Blue Violet
503-2 French Ultramarine
506-1 Ultramarine D
511-3 Cobalt Blue
534-3 Cerulean Blue
583-2 Phthalo Blue Red
576-2 Phthalo Blue Green
508- 1 Prussian Blue
585-2 Indanthrene Blue
522-2 Turquoise Blue
662-2 Permanent Green
615-2 Emerald Green
616-2 Viridian
675-2 Phthalo Green
645-2 Hooker Green D
623-2 Sap Green
620-2 Olive Green
668-2 Chromium Ox.Green
227-1 Yellow Ocher
265-2 Transp. Oxide Yellow
234-1 Raw Sienna
411-1 Burnt Sienna
378-2 Transp. Oxide Red
339-1 Light Oxide Red
409-1 Burnt Umber
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Brush Pen Guide: Selection, Use, Care.Brush Pen Examples

Are you drawing comics or seriously considering taking up calligraphy? Then you cannot do without a brush pen.

Brushpen (English brushpen) literally means a brush pen and is a pen with an ink cartridge and a brush (tip) made of polymer or natural material, designed for painting. Today there are many varieties of brushpans, both with black and colored ink. Let’s try to figure it out.

Types

There are two main types of brush pens – thicker felt-tip-style brushes and softer, bristly brushes.

The first brushes are made either from synthetic fibers or from a material similar to rubber. Fiber brushes wear out faster than rubber brushes.

Brushes of the latter are more like real brushes as they are made of synthetic or natural bristles.Natural-tipped brasses require more care, but they can also last longer.

It is easier to write with felt-tip brushpins than real brushpins, although they do not provide as wide a range of strokes as brushpins, which allow varying line widths. To use the latter, you need a certain skill.

Flexibility and elasticity

There are brushheads with varying degrees of tip flexibility — hard, medium and soft.The harder the brush, the more obedient and more suitable it is for drawing clear lines. The softer the brush, the wider the swing range and the more possibilities for expression on paper.

Brush size

Brush sizes range from very thin to fairly wide. Thin are great for sketching, drawing with elaborate details, and lettering (creating decorative fonts). The wide ones are good for classic calligraphy and for creating shadows in the drawing.Medium sized brushes can be used for both purposes, but it requires a certain amount of skill.

Water and marker resistance

If you use other drawing tools in your work, including water-based inks or colored markers, you should choose a waterproof brush that, moreover, will not blur if you go over the top with a marker. Otherwise, the outline of the brush pen will be smeared and the color will turn out to be dirty.

Rechargeable

There are both disposable and reusable windscreens in which you can change the cartridges. Disposables are significantly cheaper and will do if you are a beginner and are just trying out the tool. Bras with a replaceable cartridge are not cheap, but they will last a long time.

Maintenance

Always close the cap carefully to keep the brush from drying out . For soft natural bristle brushes, flatten after use to prevent deformation.

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Examples of work performed with brush pen

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Acrylic Painting Marker, Double Sided Nib for Wood, Glass, Rock Painting, Paper, Mugs, Ceramics, Fabrics, 30 Pack3 m

Product Name: Beager 0.7mm DIY Acrylic Paint Marker Pen

• Color: 28 colors s / set (30 pcs total, optional for white and black) • Product type: DIY marker pen, creative marker, art marker, paint marker • Pen length: 13 cm • Material pen bodies: environmentally friendly plastic • Pen tip: wear resistant nylon fiber tip

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• Tip length: 0.7 mm • Packing: colored paper box • Carton size: 14.3 * 14.3 * 4.2 cm

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I believe you will also find it helpful to know that this item was created as a result of ethical sourcing of raw materials, as well as using environmentally friendly methods.As far as I can tell, this is a good reason to make a purchase, especially considering that the item does not cause allergies or any undesirable health conditions thanks to the high quality of the raw materials.

When my order was finally delivered, I got the opportunity to observe great quality Acrylic paint marker, double-sided tip for wood, glass, rock art, paper, mugs, ceramics, fabrics, 30 packs 3 m one.
I’ve tried this already and I’m happy with the performance, so it’s safe to say the product really deserves a positive review.

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60/72/100 / 120Color Pens Dual Tip Brush Marker Watercolor Fine Liner Art Markers for Coloring Drawing Painting Calligraphy Free Shipping

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We support dropship / wholesale, welcome to contact us for more information

★ Double tips: brush tip for shading and coloring; 0.4mm fine tip point for outline and detail.So you get both colored marker brushes and colorful thin liner pens that are good art pens for kids and adults alike.

★ Unique Colors: These dual pens markers have 100 vibrant colors and are labeled with nib type. Ideal for lettering, calligraphy, school planner, den diary, diary lines, note pad, Bible notes, very thin line, calendar.

★ Good package: Our double tip brush & fine line nib set come in a PP bag.For school, travel, or home and office use.

★ HIGHQUALITY: All brushes and fineliner work at their best with no ink skipping or ink flow issue, ink dries quickly and doesn’t smudge.It’s the perfect gift and addition for artists, students, kids and more for arts and crafts, design, etc.

We have a professional after-sales team, if you have any questions after receiving the package, please feel free to contact us.We will solve it for you quickly

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