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Watercolor brush with light black ink to go along with watercolor sets. Conveniently refills with ink cartridges.
This brush is more a light black color rather than a gray because the color is slightly transparent. That is, it's not a black color mixed with white to create gray, but rather a more diluted black color. Take a close look at the following picture to see how the black color of the Pentel Standard Brush pen shows up against the Pentel Aquash Watercolor Brush.
The body of the Pentel Aquash Watercolor brush is also shorter and more ergonomically shaped than the Pentel Standard brush line. With the cap on, this brush measures 15.5 cm (6.10 inches) while the Pentel Standard brush measures 17.5 cm (6.89 inches) with the cap on.
|Model Number||PENTEL XFRH-MN|
|Shipping Weight||0.50 oz|
|Diameter - Grip
|Diameter - Max
|Length - Capped
|Length - Posted
|Length - Uncapped
|Pre-Installed Ink Color
3 people found this helpful
Finally a brush that...
, September 16, 2010
Finally a brush that is water proof and grey ink color. It is not one of those
regular Pentel brushes that is not waterproof but I took a risk and I'm glad I
This brush is hard to find on Jetpens site as it is located under watercolors. I
think it should be separate or together with Pentel Pocket brush which is also
So now we have a grey waterproof color brush that can compliment the Pocket
Pentel brush (or other waterproof brush).
| I use this constantly...
, January 9, 2014
I use this constantly with the standard Pentel brush pen. The tip has held up
beautifully through heavy use, and can be used for fine details as well as large
washes. When shading large spaces, it can start to look a little rough and
patchy even when you work fast, but that's a minor issue. It can run VERY wet if
you give the body a good squeeze, to the point where I can use it for splatter
if I want to. A plus for my uses, but be cautious of it! I recommend using it on
smooth paper for a clean line, as it tends to skip on textured paper. It WILL
bleed through most stuff! Use it judiciously or on heavier, watercolour-grade