9 people found this helpful
Don't hesitate, just...
, January 28, 2010
Don't hesitate, just buy this pen! Feels like a real brush and restores manhood.
7 people found this helpful
Awesome pen,real Japanese...
, May 30, 2011
Awesome pen,real Japanese style of broken brush line.l could not use it for some
more rigid,fine,bold black comic-like drawing but for more expressive style it
is just phenomenal!..l like the poetry of a hand movement it follows so
beautifully,giving a hairy-thin line at the tip and that lovely,broken line when
you freely increase the pressure from time to time.Feels like some sort of a Zen
meditation,it really kinda dances in a hand.Best soft tipped brush pen l've used
so far and l could hardly believe that it could be beaten out someday.
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This is the best brush...
, August 25, 2011
This is the best brush pen I have come across so far.
I have tried out several after and before this one, and I must say, this really,
to me, is the best. I think comparing it with felt-tip brush pens isn't
necessary at this point, felt-tips just feel totally different than "hair" tips.
The feeling of authenticity can only really be conveyed via 'hair' tip brush
pens I think.
Recently, I bought the Pentel Standard Brush Pen (tsumi tip - a little thicker
than the pocket brush pen) to have another hair/nylon tip to compare the pocket
brush pen with. I wrote a little review on it as well. This one still remains my
Both drawings and writing kanji works smoothly and beautifully, the ink is rich
and deeply black, it's waterproof (when I use a waterbrush on the writings, the
ink would run and a slightly pink background colour would appear with the
Standard Brush Pen, however with the Pocket Brush pen, nothing would happen
apart from the thin paper rippling)
All in all, I absolutely recommend this brush pen. I'm sure it will make you
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I absolutely love this...
, January 11, 2012
I absolutely love this pen. I've been using it for years and years and it's
always served me well. It springs back well, and takes all my abuse. It's worth
it- it will be a very faithful companion.
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I really enjoy the spring...
, August 18, 2010
I really enjoy the spring and snap of this pen. Although the ink can be
cumbersome under the "wait until it's dry" circumstance of adding watercolor, or
running my hand across my image (lefty here), the lines I can get from this pen
are always what I want. From hairline thin to thick, wet strokes.
I always carry this in my bag with my sketching items and the ink lines are
gorgeous on a nice sketch paper.
I'll always own one of these until I'm pushing up daisies. They're just worth