Copic Opaque White Paint with Brush

$7.50
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3.3 (10 reviews)
DescriptionSpecifications
Add details and highlights to your projects easily with this Copic Opaque White Paint with Brush. Its ultra fine liner brush provides sharp and clean definition and is perfect for finishing effects. The water-based pigment works great on permanent inks as well as watercolor. You can even thin this paint with water for even more effects! It's also easily cleaned with warm water.
Model NumberCOPIC COPQBRSH
Weight1.8 ounces
ManufacturerCopic Marker
Bottle Size 10 ml
Color Set No
Features Built In Brush
Ink Characteristics Opaque (White)
Ink Color White
Number of Colors 1
Size - Height 9.5 cm
Size - Width 2.8 cm
Usage Artist

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Customer Reviews

The white ink is quite...
September 5, 2014
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The white ink is quite good: fluid, opaque, and pretty quick to dry. (It's not a typical "wite-out" formula with alcohol that evaporates almost instantly.) I like the brush quite a bit. It's essentially a miniature rigger that makes consistent fine, straight lines over 2 inches long from one brush stroke. (Impressive for such a tiny brush.) Very efficient for cleaning up long edges. For more detailed corrections, I use a small sable brush, as I would with any other correction fluid.
2 people found this helpful
ebenfatto
I do love this stuff!...
August 26, 2014
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I do love this stuff! Perfect for final details. My only problem is the brush. Love that it is so fine tipped, but it's difficult to use. I have to almost lay the brush parallel to the paper to get the fluid from the brush to the paper -- and that's stressful! I almost ruined my art because an overly sized blob of white collected at the base of the brush. I'm almost tempted to cut the very fine tip off for better use -- or better yet, just use an paintbrush I'm more comfortable with.

Great concept for fine detail, but needs a better tip that is easier to use.
2 people found this helpful
sanchez_brianna29
Truly opaque. Great for...
July 4, 2014
Truly opaque. Great for edging and adding small precise details. My only con, is that brush itself (which is a lot like a thin nailpolish brush) s a bit difficult to maneuver.
2 people found this helpful
saprophilous
I've been trying a variety...
April 19, 2015
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I've been trying a variety of white inks/pens for highlights on art, and this was a really disappointing one.
Like others have mentioned, the brush is very tiny and difficult to use (also mine came bent?), but even dipping a better brush into the bottle I found the ink/paint behaved strangely. It didn't want to flow to the tip of any brush I've used and instead collects in a big drop neeeeaaarrrly at the tip. Very weird! It also tends to dry transparent and suck up the colours underneath, staining the highlight.
Not worth it, in my experience! I've had the best highlighting luck with Windsor & Newton white and a dip pen and I think that's what I'll be sticking with.
1 person found this helpful
Don't do it. Save yourself....
July 24, 2015
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Don't do it. Save yourself. It's chunky. It dries too fast. The pinpoint nail polish-esqie brush it comes with is difficult to control and doesn't even hold the ink long enough to get a good stroke out of. Even using a thin brush, it wasn't any good. So no. Just no.
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