Deleter Neopiko Line 3 Pen - 2.0 mm - Black

Deleter Neopiko Line 3 Pen - 2.0 mm - Black

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Available in a range of tip sizes, Neopiko Line 3 pens are designed to meet the needs of professional artists, illustrators, and graphic designers. They feature a smooth, highly durable felt tip and water-based pigment ink that is waterproof, lightfast, and archival-safe. Once dry, they are smudge-proof when drawn over with watercolors or alcohol-based markers.

Also pictured: Deleter Comic Paper with Scale, Pilot Color Eno Mechanical Pencil - Soft Blue.

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January 30, 2016
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Now let's focus on the felt marker pen portion of my monthly review: Deleter Neopiko Line 3 black pen with 2.0 nib. Also made in Japan for those of you that like to keep track of the origin of your tools. Deleter was one of the first manga art supplies I got to sample long ago, and I have always been pleased by their performance and reliability. Drew a coloring outline of BB-8, a popular request these days. Pen handled smoothly and yielded a waterproof outline quite effortlessly. The 2 mm bullet tip lends itself well for quick strokes, and the ink flow kept up with my natural fast sketching speed without skipping. Added some color with watercolor pencils. The black outlines were not affected by the waterbrush when dissolving the dry watercolor pencil marks. Thus the Deleter ink was waterproof when dry. I really want to add the rest of the Neopiko Line 3 pens to my collection based on the performance of this sample pen. It would be nice to have some of the smaller nib sizes for detailing and cross-hatching to add some texture to your pen and ink drawings. The broad 2.0 mm nib is ideal for heavy-handed users, drawing bold cartoon outlines, and performing quick sketching demonstrations that are easily visible from across the classroom. You can press harder on the substantial nib without bending the tip. I tend to destroy smaller fine tip pens when trying to draw quickly.

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