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Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Black (Waterproof Ink)


Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Black (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSA-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Black (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSA-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Black (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSA-300
  • Akashiya New Brush Pen - Super Fine - Black (Waterproof Ink) - AKASHIYA TSA-300
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New disposable brush pens with artificial fiber tips from Akashiya ideal for calligraphy and writing. Available in Black and Japanese Blue. Brush is waterproof.



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Specs
Model NumberAKASHIYA TSA-300
Shipping Weight0.25 oz
Body Color Brown
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible No
Clippable No
Diameter - Grip 8 mm
Diameter - Max 8 mm
Grip Color Brown
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Waterproof
Length - Capped 16.7 cm
Length - Posted 18.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 15.8 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 7 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Size Super Fine

Reviews
5 people found this helpful
  I've tried about 20 or..., May 11, 2011
By penickart - See all my reviews
I've tried about 20 or more different brush pens from Jetpens and this brush pen is one of my two favorites. I'm an illustrator and cartoonist and I use this pen daily for professional comic book inking. I grew up inking with brushes and india ink so my "brush pen search" has always been to find a brush pen that comes as close as possible to replicating real brushes. I can't recommend this pen enough if that's what you're looking for. It's got a small tip which really allows for fine detail. The other brush pen I love (the Pentel Pocket Brush Pen for Calligraphy) has a larger tip so the two go together very nicely. I've also found that the ink used by these two brushes dries quickly and don't smear. A lot of the other pens I've tried, especially brush pens with felt tips, have a tendency to smudge long after the ink looks dry.
3 people found this helpful
  Keeping in mind that..., June 28, 2011
By tintinp - See all my reviews
Keeping in mind that art material preferences are highly individual, this pen is perfect for me. I'm halfway through inking a comic right now and regret I didn't start using this pen from page one. The 'spring-iness' level is just right- there's a good amount of control, and yet you can get amazingly fine lines out of this thing. Works better for me than the Zebra felt pens I was using. The ink is a bit too light- wish it was darker and denser, but then you might lose some viscosity. A great outlining pen that gives organic feel to your drawings.

I haven't tried experimenting with how waterproof it is, but the ink is so light it looks like it might fade in the sunlight (comparing this to black deleter ink or the Sai Watercolor black brushpen, or even the Pentel Pocket Brush). However it just feels (and flows) so well that I'll overlook those things for now. It doesn't skip or appear brush like the Zebra felt tip brushes at all.
2 people found this helpful
  I absolutely love this..., June 15, 2011
By dianesthaler - See all my reviews
I absolutely love this pen...first of all I'm taking the time to write this so I must love this pen...I love the soft brush tip that gives the smooth stroke line on the paper...I have told so many people about Jetpens it's ridiculous! Their products come quickly in the mail and, and, and, I could go on but you get the point! Here's to this brush and Jetpens!
2 people found this helpful
  to be honest I love this..., March 24, 2011
By Quistiscan - See all my reviews
to be honest I love this pen, I have used it on so many pieces of my work and omg! is it super fine!! its crazy how precise it is!!! i recommend it to any ink artist!:)
1 person found this helpful
  GOOD - good for artists BA..., May 4, 2010
By Jerseyjack88 - See all my reviews
GOOD
- good for artists

BAD
- if used for a while it skips
- uses up a lot of ink