Kuretake Bimoji Brush Pen - Fine

Kuretake Bimoji Brush Pen - Fine

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4.5 (4 reviews)
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"Bimoji" is the Japanese name for beautifully written Asian characters. This brush pen features a comfortable, easy-to-hold rubber grip to help you practice your "bimoji," creating the delicate sweeps and tapers that characterize proper Asian writing. Its felt tip is durable and resilient, so your pen strokes will always come out exactly as intended. It uses water-based pigment ink, which is water-resistant once dry. Use it for lettering cards, illustrations, personal notes, and more.

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Nice, even stroke, non-bleedin...
May 19, 2014
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Nice, even stroke, non-bleeding ink (at least, not on the paper I've used). Nice variation of thick and thin lines in one pen, really versatile. I use this for copperplate calligraphy practice, and it works perfectly! Great buy.
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An exceptionally nice...
July 25, 2015
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An exceptionally nice brush pen for the price; a pleasure to draw and write with. Its firm tip achieves an impressive line-width range, great for kanji. The ink is dense, dark, & vivid, but doesn't bleed through my notebook pages. I bought one in the stationery dept. at The Loft in Sendai (imagine an entire floor of, say, Macy's devoted to pens, paper, stickers, art supplies...). The ink doesn't last terribly long; when it began drying up after I returned from Japan, I couldn't find these pens at my local art-supply store. Was pleased to discover them at JetPens.
Fun felt tip pen. It's...
January 2, 2015
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Fun felt tip pen. It's comfortable to hold and use; the tip is a good stiffness. I tried inking a few pencil sketches with it and did notice that there is a lot of fading when you erase over it. Even using an extra soft Factis eraser on most types of paper. Moleskine journals take the ink evenly but are especially bad with lifting from an eraser.
J Tenneyson
Tips are the same as...
March 23, 2010
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Tips are the same as the Kuretake disposable sign pens fine and extra fine. Pen otherwise is well made with good heft.
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