The atyouSpica Glitter pens add non-toxic, long-lasting sparkle and texture to any craft project. The glitter is achieved through the use of micro glass flakes which are more reflective than other possible additives, such as glass beads. The pigment is transparent so it can be used over other inks. The felt, non-clog tip gives the ink a clean flow and fast drying time. Two dozen colors available.
• 24 Colors (1 Clear)
• No-Clog Tip
• Pigment Based Ink
• Long-Lasting - Writes for over 360 yards!
|Model Number||COPIC GL12BSET|
|Diameter - Grip||10.1 mm|
|Diameter - Max||10.1 mm|
|Grip Color||Glittery Black|
|Ink Characteristics||Archival Quality, Glitter, Pigment Ink|
|Length - Capped||14.7 cm|
|Length - Posted||16.7 cm|
|Length - Uncapped||13.9 cm|
|Pre-Installed Ink Color||Pitch Black, Garnet, Lipstick, Blossom, Chocolate, Sand, Peach, Buttermilk, Lilac, Baby Blue, Mint, Clear|
|Tip Length||6.1 mm|
July 1, 2011
I wanted to like these...
I wanted to like these so bad, and at first I did. Glittery, pretty colors, I was sold. I really like the light pastel barely there colors, but with time the colors seemed to be losing the little punch they had in the first place. Some pens will be color, no glitter.. sometimes you pick them up and they don't write at all.. I store my pens carefully there really isn't any reason for these to be so temperamental. Ultimately I'd rather use a cheapo Sakura Stardust to get my glitter fix, they're much more pigmented and reliable. Also, I have one "Kuretake Zig Wink of Stella Glitter Pen" and it's pretty good too, it works whenever I call for it!
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January 29, 2014
I wasn't sure about these...
I wasn't sure about these at first. They are scratchy and will dig up huge amounts of paper as you are drawing or writing if you are on cheap paper. But on good quality Copic paper or Canson XL it looks great. These dry quickly and no smearing. Like another reviewer, I find the Sakura glitter pens except that they tend to flow much higher rates than these and can over saturate with the Sakuras - the Copic atyou Spica pens do not have this problem.
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January 19, 2015
Update: I've had these...
Update: I've had these for several months now and they have dried out to where they are really scratchy. At first I loved them, but now they are completely useless. Would nit recommend.
November 1, 2014
First off, these pens...
First off, these pens are just so pretty!
-the colors are soooo pretty
-they have tons of GLITTER yay!!
-they write fairly well, not to much skipping
-they are slim and compact
- the pastel colors are REALLY, really light
- some have more ink and glitter than others....inconsistent quality?
- they are pretty fragile
I guess the pastel lover in me took over when I bought these(which happens way to often;)I probably should have bought the more practical set a, but I just had to buy set b. the dark colors like garnet are gorgess, and I use them a lot for taking notes in school. Unfortunately, the soft colored ones I can only use for doodling and art. But I still love these pens!!! They are so perfect.