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Black, Gray, Sepia
Brush Tip
Pigment Black
Water Based Black
  • Pen
  • Fine
  • Box Set


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The Pentel Color Brush is an ink-filled nylon brush tip pen that produces thick and thin lines. The brightly colored liquid ink flows easily, dries quickly, and produces transparent watercolor effects.

The ink-filled brush is a convenient, portable alternative to traditional brushes and ink. It’s ideal for sketching and painting on location.

Refill cartridges are also available. They are economical and earth-friendly.

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Product Questions and Answers

When not in use, do I store these pens horizontally, or vertically, brush up or down? Does it matter?

- Asked by Sue R on 11-Jun-14

We recommend storing this type of pen horizontally. Make sure the caps are on properly and sealed.

- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Jun-14

How do I get the ink to start?

- Asked by carol feimer on 30-Apr-14

A protective white plastic ring is in between the pen and the ink capillary. Unscrew the pen and remove the plastic ring. As it is screwed back together, it will create a clicking noise as it snaps into the proper place. Gently make repetitive strokes until the ink begins to flow.

- Answered by MisterArt on 01-May-14

What is the difference between the color black and the pigment black?

- Asked by howard moskowitz on 12-Jan-14

Pigment black is made with fine ground pigment particles and the water-based black is made from dyes. Pigment black is less transparent and provides a deeper black shade.

- Answered by MisterArt on 13-Jan-14

Is there a way to get the ink to flow?

- Asked by stephanie van lammeren on 08-Sep-12

Here is the secret to these pens: when you first get it, there is a red ring on the pen. You must remove the red ring, and screw the pen back together, and then the ink will flow.

- Answered by MisterArt on 10-Oct-12

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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Lee M. in Naalehu, HI
I thought I would try the black brush for inking instead of the Staedtler pigment liners I normally use. It was more difficult to control than a real brush because it doesn't have bristles. I suppose I could learn to use it if I practiced. These would be good for painting, tho...
Rated by: Barbara S. in Southern Pines, NC
These pens work very well and I use them primarily after I complete a work done in water colors. Love the brush and the fact that this pen is refillable. I have recommended this product to several of my artist friends.
Rated by: Harley T. in Palm Desert, CA
I've tried inking with brushes but wanted to find some type of marker like a brush. This brush came recommended thru an artist community so i tried it out. I really love this brush! It's super fluid and you can control line weight with ease! I'll definitely be buying more of these brushes!!
Rated by: John M. in Moreno Valley, CA
This is a wonderful invention and it works SO well too. The portable brush. It is dark black (other colors too) and responsive. I can get some values as well. Had one years ago, lost it and now I have to thank for making it available to me and others. Enjoy, you won't be sorry you tried it.
Rated by: Shauna S. in Queens, NY
I love this brush! Quite nifty and is just a pleasure to use. I actually guard this one.
Rated by: Sterling F. in San Francisco, CA
Only show them off to people you can trust... Or in my case, guard them. Starving artists will covet them with envy! =P The thief decided to disappear and live in fear for my set. Start using one and you'll know why. The control is amazing! Consistent fine lines, precise color fill-ins... Unlike a felt tip ink marker, you can overlap colors for blending. It almost seems like these pens are a well-kept secret.

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