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Pigma Brush Pen

by Sakura


Expect archival performance from this flexible brush style nib. The Pigma Brush is capable of drawing very fine lines or broad strokes depending on the pressure applied. Archival quality Pigma ink. Flexible, durable nib. Will not smear or feather when dry. Waterproof and chemical proof. Fade resistant. Does not bleed through most papers. Great for graphic art, scrapbooks, calligraphy, freehand art, rubber stamps, fabric projects, and awards and certificates. Meets ASTM and ACMI non-toxicity standard.

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Pigma Brush Pen

by Sakura

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Like your product from Atlanta Georgia says:

Excellent pens! This is the first time I experienced"Out of Stock". It didn't say it but it stated do you want to be emailed when stock is in? Wow! I guess they are very popular pens. My father...[more]

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Rated by: Like your product in Atlanta Georgia
Excellent pens! This is the first time I experienced"Out of Stock". It didn't say it but it stated do you want to be emailed when stock is in? Wow! I guess they are very popular pens. My father depends on these pens for drawing pictures for children. He is a retiree, and again I've always ordered and they have never been out. Oh well, they are great pens
Rated by: Dave thomas in founder, wendys
This is the only pen I use for inking my drawings.
Rated by: Ruben L. in Houston, TX
By far the best item I bought without a doubt
Rated by: Donna K. in Kissimmee, FL
Pigma brush pens are sheer genius. They are great for eyelashes, finelines, and details. When combined with our other mediums, they accentuate the pictures and make them pop. Simply fabulous.
Rated by: josh p. in st. louis, MO
i love these pens! i draw a bit on the heavy-handed side so i mess up the pen tips often... which is just a small price to pay for a product that can deliver such amazing line quality so easily.
Rated by: Jan J. in Mountain View, CA
My teenager is studying Japanese and wanted to try his hand at calligraphy. Rather than purchase brush and ink, I bought these for him -- he LOVES them!
Rated by: Rachael F. in Sebastopol, CA
This works best for me; have used these brushes for many moons.
Rated by: Gertrude A. in Pueblo, CO
Fantastic pen. Love that it does not bleed. Great to use if you rubber stamped and not all of the detail is clear. This is a must have in all colors for crafters.
Rated by: christy w. in denver, CO
Smooth glide,crisp lines, a wonderful pen for cartoonist.
Rated by: verbal k. in skokie, IL
The sakura pigma brush pen is exceptional. It produces a wonderful dark line with its flexible tip. The best part is the variable line width.
Rated by: Cherie C. in Houston, TX
wonderful pen!
Rated by: Bil M. in tavares, FL
These pens are the best of both worlds, the control of pigma pens with the versetility of a fine point brush, i love these pens :] 12 OUT OF 10!
Rated by: susan l. in selma, IN
I love these brush pens...great for detail and line-work! They do bleed though if you brush water-base varnish over them...so I use a spray varnish!
Rated by: Olga . in Selma, IN
I bought one of these pens last month and love it so much I just ordered more! They're great for doing the detail and linework in my paintings!
Rated by: DAVID F. in Atlanta, GA
My local art store is always out of these amazing brush tip pens ..'nuf said? The Sakura brush marker seems to bring out the artistic flair in all who come in contact with it. As a gift, a set of them could be truly inspirational in the real sense of the word. Since I began using the Sakura I have noticed the integrity and character of my line improve at a phenomenal rate. The slightest shift in pressure, in position, or in speed can produce varied results... the more skilled the hand, the more remarkable. This can be said for brush pens in general, but this particular one is special. It has a delicate personality and likes detail. Take care of it by not crushing the point or using it to fill-in space and it will take care of you... for a while. I would have given it five stars, but the popular pen has a short life, even when well-cared for. After a couple days use, the once precise tip seems to resemble a spider leg or mascara brush. Buy several now so you can just laugh about it when it actually happens!
Rated by: Andrew B. in Greenwood, MO
Great marker that I love to use for comic art, hard to find too. You do have to get used to holding a pen with very little pressure to do fine lines, but a great marker to have for sure!!
Rated by: Katie H. in columbus, OH
I guess I wanted something finer than this, seeing as the pen will give you a very wide line if you press down hard enough, but brush pens are so fun to draw and write with. You just have to get used to the pressure and shaky hands!
Rated by: Ronnie F. in Shelby, NC
It's exactly what I was looking for. I didn't even know I wanted a brush pen until I got this one.
Rated by: Brianne D. in Shawnee, KS
A great pen. It does take a little getting used to, for those not experienced with using brush pens to ink, but once you get the hang of it, you'll never go back!
Rated by: Ann D. in Spring Hill, FL
This pen is the answer to my quest for a waterproof, highly adaptable outline pen which works well in conjunction with acrylics and watercolors. I can now control my line width, depth and intensity with just slight adjustments in stroke pressure. Fine work or exaggerated outline are all possible with this pen. I am completely satisfied after looking for a long time!
Rated by: Alicia K. in Cupertino, CA
As a quasi-professional illustrator (as well as computer graphics animator), I've been in search for quite some time for a pen that wouldn't bleed, run, or discolour if I have to erase pencil marks around it. I believe I have finally found that pen. With the Pigma brush marker, I can easily create varying line widths by simply pressing down harder. I love the regular Sakura Pigma Microns, and the brush pen takes all six sizes and combines it into one easy-to-use pen. A must for anyone seriously interested in anime or manga-styled drawings!

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