For illustrators, calligraphers and crafters. Permanent pigment ink is suitable for archival applications. Water based and quick drying on porous surfaces. Fade and chemical resistant. Black ink in three line widths.
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These have a wonderful tip (similar to the old Expresso Bold Tip marker/pen), which is very sturdy, and provides a nice, thick-to-thin brush-like line, especially for someone heavy-handed (like me) who always ruins the more fragile Sigma Brush marker points within minutes. I like these, I really do. I use them for inking my comics...BUT, when I erase the underlying pencils, the black has a tendency to fade to a dark grey (not great for reproduction). I usually end up having to re-ink the thickest lines. Still, they are the best I can find.
Rated by: Erica H.in Columbus, OH
Best.Pens.Ever. I use these for storyboarding, but even writing feels good with these. THANK YOU SAKURA! I hardly mind singing about cherry blossoms in Japanese anymore . . .
Rated by: Steve W.in Fort Lauderdale, FL
I use these pens primarily to ink on tracing paper - they produce a nice, dark line (unlike some other pens, which seem 'watery'). MisterArt.com has them for a good price - doubt if you'll find them cheaper, and they seem to be getting hard to find in regular art supply stores.
Rated by: Stephanie L.in Yonkers, NY
Great pens, work excellent with all kinds of paper. Freely writing as much as you want. Its option of head width expand your usage of these pens. When I use it to retrace the drawing on the tracing paper, I really feel its power!
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