Extra fine tip is perfect for writing Chinese characters. For those who like the Zebra Disposable Brush Sign pen, the Kuretake Disposable Brush Sign pen will be a great alternative! They are waterproof, so they make great outlining brushes for art and comics. Their light disposable weight and flexible felt tip makes them easy to draw with. They are a perfect companion for artists and calligraphers alike. Multiple widths and styles are available.
I always tuck one of these into my jetpens cart, can't get enough of it! 8) I
can mash the stiff tip as much as I want and still get thin as well as thicker
lines. Unlike other reviewers, I don't mind the dryness when you make a
long/fast stroke. It adds interest/texture to the line.
It's waterproof and can stand up to copic markers (if you're into that thing).
To me it was an amazing pen, but sadly I didn't get must time with it! For some
reason the brush won't write anymore and the ink is spilling out like crazy. I
have ordered another one to see if the problem will be the same or if it was
something I did that caused it to do that.
Overall, I fine that it is an amazing pen to write with and I got a lot out of
it from that short period that I used it. Glad that I took the chance on it! :)
And I highly recommend it for people to try. All my friends have tried it and
absolutely adored it! -_- That may be the reason it's not working... I haven't
the heart to throw it out though!
I'm a sequential artist, and trying to find a pen that allows smooth,
eraser-safe inking without a mess is hard even on the best day. This pen right
here is a gem. It can vary it's line weight so easily from a hairsbreadth to a
thicker line (think about a .07 or .08 on the Pigma Micron pens) so easily, it's
not even funny. Inking with it (and even writing with it) is a joy. I highly
recommend this pen to any artists.
By far my favorite ink pen. It gets such a great line variety and makes your
work look professional with little effort. This is perfect for heavy handed
artists who still want to do detailed and intricate work. The waterproof ink is
a necessity for comic artists and illustrators especially if you plan on using
white ink to fix mistakes or add highlights. Without waterproof ink, your lines
will bleed. It remains crisp and clear even with watercolors, alcohol markers
like Prisma or Copic, and doesn't get erased. A must-have for all professional and amateur artists!