Copic Comic Drawing Pen with Waterproof Ink - 0.1 mm - Black

Copic Comic Drawing Pen with Waterproof Ink - 0.1 mm - Black

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This fountain pen style drawing pen provides a permanent line that won't bleed when used with COPIC or other drawing markers. Though permanent, the ink in this pen is water resistant but not waterproof so it will bleed slightly if brushed over with water. This pen has a stainless steel tip that is perfect for inking and drawing. Its non-refillable, disposable body comes with Black ink.

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Have to admit that it's...
November 23, 2010
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Have to admit that it's true that the f02 has better flow BUT for drawing comic or manga it's GREAT because this is meant for the detailed and parts of your drawing that you want to appear light or faded. The purpose of the slow flow in this pen is so we can draw slow in small detailed areas of your drawing. If you wanted faded or light streak lines that do the ink fades appearance then do faster strokes. This pen is great cause you have total control do to the pressure and speed of the streaks. Recommended!
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The Copic drawing pen...
May 30, 2009
The Copic drawing pen was one of my first Japanese imports. When I recieved this item, I expected a great quality pen. (Considering it's Copic) But to my surprise it was only mediocre at best. Perhaps it was just my pen, but, it always skips when I'm inking a drawing, and that's not exactly a great thig=ng. Also, the ink seems very lightly washed out. Like a few drops of water were added to it. I don't really use it that much, but... it's not exactly the greatest, the ink from a uni-ball disposable pen is far more consistent. Once again though. It could just be my pen. Or it could be all of them that are like this. I would use caution when buying this product. The only reason I would consider using this pen for drawing, is if you use tick-lines ALOT. I mean alot, alot. Good points, is that it's a thin line (if you can get it to write) and it's very light. And if you like a washed out kind of looking ink, this pen would be good for you.
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I've had the pen for...
January 30, 2014
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I've had the pen for about 12 days now and it's out of ink. i will be buying a new one but the ink didn't really last for that long and im not someone who inks a lot or uses it for writing most of the time.

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Good pen for every day. I...
September 8, 2012
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Good pen for every day.

I have several of these pens. I use them mostly for mathematics and drawing -- some general note taking too. Sometimes I just don't want to take my Pelikan, and these pens fill the bill. They are sturdy, and I don't worry about throwing one into the bottom of a book bag. They don't cost much, so I don't mind leaving a couple in the office where they will inevitably be "borrowed" by one of my coworkers. :)

On good, smooth paper they perform very well. They produce a good, dark line -- almost as good as a technical drafting pen. Constant width and good flow. The ink drys fast, and is very resistant to smudging and smearing. While not 100% waterproof, the ink is very water resistant. The pens can be a little scratchy especially when new. Only down side is that about 1 out of 10 seems to be a -- super scratchy misaligned nib, poor flow, or dried up.
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I don't know if this...
April 24, 2013
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I don't know if this is the Producters fault or mine or my paper's, but the nib gets clogged by Paper Fibers being scratched off from drawing all the time. I then have to get these out and this costs time and nerves. Beside that, I LOVE the feeling of drawing. It floats neat. If it floats...
Anyway - I'm not used to Fountain Pens. I gonna think about trying another brand.
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