Holbein Water Brush Pen - Round Medium

Holbein Water Brush Pen - Round Medium

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4.4 (8 reviews)
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This brush pen is ideal for use with watercolors. Fill the reservoir with water, dab the brush tip in your paint to get some color on there, and start painting! Change your stroke styles to create interesting line variations, and use blending techniques to blend colors and create blurred effects. With this water brush pen, you can paint beautiful watercolors without the hassle of using a brush and separate water container.

When filing the brush, twist the tip section clockwise to remove it from the barrel.

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The brushes on the Holbein...
August 4, 2013
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The brushes on the Holbein water pens are SO wonderful! Very soft and springy, way better than any other water brush I've tried. Unfortunately, when you squeeze for more water, it comes out the sides of the nib WAY too quickly! You have to be extremely careful not to squeeze hard at all, or you will have water everywhere! The pens hold a lot of water, but since so much comes out it kind of cancels that out. I still prefer the Kuretake water brushes, even though the bristles don't last very long.
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I have tried Pentel (too...
May 29, 2014
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I have tried Pentel (too wet), kuretake(too dry) and Holbein are just perfect in terms of water flow for my liking and are my go to waterbrush.

The threading of the cap is the opposite to all other brush or any other type pens, so yes they do come off but you need to twist the opposite direction.
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The brush it's self wasn't...
December 18, 2013
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The brush it's self wasn't so bad, when I got it to work at least. (sort of got it to work?) I don't know if I got a defective one, but my brush pen will not twist open in order to allow the chamber to fill. The only way I could get it is if I submerged the brush in water/ink/paint I was wokring with and squeezed in. But when I got it up and working,the strokes were nice,but it releases liquid way too fast. I don't think I'd purchase this product again.
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Best Water Brush Pen...
October 14, 2015
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Best Water Brush Pen I have used, so far. Been using them since for 5 years or so..
Sometimes this pen works...
March 3, 2015
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Sometimes this pen works fine but there are moments when the pen may give out too much water without me squeezing it, I would have to recommend pentel's water-brushes if this is a problem for you too