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

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3.3 (9 reviews)
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 Sepia ink.

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Model NumberCOPIC F01SDP
Weight0.3 ounces
ManufacturerCopic Marker
Body Color Bronze
Body Material Plastic
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Color Set No
Design Style Fountain Pen Style
Diameter - Grip 10.6 mm
Diameter - Max 11.4 mm
Grip Color Bronze
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Water-Resistant
Ink Refillable No
Length - Capped 14.8 cm
Length - Posted 15.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.4 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Sepia
Tip Length 11.6 mm
Tip Material Metal
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Size 0.1 mm
Tip Type Fountain Pen Nib

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For those who still have...
November 24, 2010
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For those who still have ink flow issues, this is a HUGE TIP that will make u fall in love with this pen. the pen has an ink holding sponge inside. Uncap the end and pull it out without damaging it with a tweaser and dip it in a sepia ink bottle and squeeze it carefully to soak up the ink, then drop it back in the pen and cap the end again. The flw will go amazingly smooth. Repeat when the issue occurs ...
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Solid drawing pen. The...
July 25, 2014
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Solid drawing pen. The ink is closer to a burnt sienna than to sepia (lots of red in the ink). It works as long as you don't plan to add anything other than other markers. I wouldn't even classify the ink as water resistant and it's certainly not waterproof. For the money, invest in a micron brown—you'll be happier if you want to add water and not just marker.
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i bought this pen looking...
March 29, 2011
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i bought this pen looking for a good sepia tone to draw with. i love copic products and fountain pens (my Lamy is my fp of choice). This pen would not write for anything. I even had a friend try it and he couldnt get it to do anything... Very scratchy, dried up, not worth $1, let alone $5... but JetPens took my return and credited my account. They also agreed that i got a defective pen, still, i wouldnt try this one again... Might try a wider black next time.
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I've got one of these...
December 7, 2010
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I've got one of these pens and one in black. For some reason my Sepia pen is terrible. I can never get a good flow of ink and its sometimes scratchy no matter how i hold it. My black Copic pen works perfect...but I think I got a dud sepia pen....
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I like this pen alright....
November 28, 2009
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I like this pen alright. I do not draw manga, but figured it might not be a bad choice for just a disposable fountain pen. The color is good, though, at least for me, I have to hold it at a steeper angle than natural to get a solid flow. You have to have it at at least a 45 degree angle for it to have a good smooth flow. If that is your style (and maybe that's just the angle that most draw with), it might not be a bad pen for you. It is scratchy, but I personally don't mind that a lot when I am writing.
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