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April 19, 2011

I love this brush tip pen. I have used mine for a couple months now with NO FRAYING. It delivers clean lines, works great with my Copic Markers and reacts appropriately to light and medium pressure (lighter thinner lines and then a bit thicker and heavier lines). I do not know what kind of pressure previous reviewers were putting on this product... I can only think that they had very heavy hands. I like this so much that I would like one in every color.
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Not loving this pen and...
December 19, 2009
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Not loving this pen and unsure if I would buy again. Cap on both my Copic Multiliners posts very loosely and I'm afraid I will lose it. Brush is too flexible for my tastes and has started to fray much sooner that I would have liked. On the good side, I like the ink color and how well it flows.
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Good solid brush pen....
June 14, 2011
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Good solid brush pen. The ink is a little lighter that the Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Twin Tip - Gray & Black Ink, but it is plenty dark if you don't compare them. I haven't refilled this pen yet but so far it is holding up quite nicely. It has good line variance and the tip is still sharp after several drawings.
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This pen has a beautiful...
August 24, 2015
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This pen has a beautiful black ink. But, for brush lettering I'm having a tough time getting the transition from downstrokes to upstrokes to look smooth. I am sure over time I could get better, but it's not my favorite pen for lettering.
I bought this pen at...
January 24, 2014
I bought this pen at a local art store (for about three dollars more), and the only reason I still have it is as a warning for others. Don't get this! There are so, so many better brush pens. This started fraying for me immediately and even before that the tip is weirdly floppy and difficult to control. The ink is smeary on smooth paper and too dry on rough paper, and it's only marker-proof about 70% of the time. You can colour over it in greyscale, but it starts smudging under something like a peach or pink. I also found that the pigment lifts badly if you erase over it. Just go to the Jetpens brush-pen section and pick something, anything else.
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It's a nice pen... IF...
February 27, 2011
It's a nice pen... IF you don't mind having to replace the brush nib after 1 or 2 drawings.

When I'd first found this pen, I was so excited. It feels substantial and weighty, and the fact that I could refill it and not just throw it away & replace it when it dried up drew me in. But the brush tip frays worse than almost ANY other brush pen I've tried before. Plus, it's extremely soft and was hard for me to control (though some may like that).

Honestly, if you're looking at the multiliners I'd go with the set sized ones before going with the brush. And if you REALLY want a good brush, I prefer Uniball's pocket brush pens. They blow this one out of the water. Now if only THOSE were refillable...
I bought this brush pen...
December 5, 2010
I bought this brush pen after I saw my friend hype it up after she got it on facebook. She showed illustrations of what she drew with it and she thought that the pen was a great deal. After using the brushpen the "brush" ( a nib ) frayed rather quickly. It was very disappointing. They sell new nibs, but my advice is to spend your money on a higher quality brushpen. The next time I saw my friend she was also bummed by the short life-span this brushpen delivers. This isn't a winner... You deserve better!
Positive points: -good...
December 5, 2008
Positive points:
-good brush that produces semi brush like strokes if used correctly
-nice metal finish (scratches look utterly ugly on it, though)
-seperately replacable nib and cardridge. If the cardridge is empty, you do not need to replace a working nib. Nice idea!
-copic resistant. You can go over the ink several times without bleeding them out.

Negative points:
-the ink is rather dark brown-ish than black, but it could also be a general problem of fine liners

This pen is great for inking bigger areas since the fine tip of the brush is precise enough to draw near outlines and when hold in a small angle to the paper, this pen can cover huge areas quickly.
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