Pilot Fude-Makase Color Brush Pen - Extra Fine - 8 Color Bundle

Pilot Fude-Makase Color Brush Pen - Extra Fine - 8 Color Bundle

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Create beautiful brush lettering easily using Pilot's Fude-Makase brush pen. Due to its hard brush tip, writing is as easy as writing with a regular felt-tip pen. Make your words and drawings more expressive with the tapering lines characteristic of brush strokes. The pen contains water-based dye-based ink, and the ink supply is visible through the water drop-shaped window. Many colors are available, perfect for illustrations and decorative greeting cards.

In the name, "fude" means "brush" in Japanese, and "makase" means "entrust." Trust the Fude-Makase, and your brush writing will turn out exactly the way you want!

This bundle includes all 8 colors: Black, Blue, Blue Black, Green, Orange, Pink, Red, and Sepia.

The pens are listed again below, in the Products Included section. Links to their pages can be found there.

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Great pens! Writes smooth...
February 26, 2015
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Great pens! Writes smooth and brush tip is very flexible. Good for lettering.
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I've used many different...
March 11, 2016
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I've used many different "brush nib" pens over the years, these are now my favorite. Not sure of their lasting power yet, but they are a delight to write and draw with! Very little bleed-to-back on light paper.
I wanted some colored...
January 24, 2016
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I wanted some colored brush pens and ordered these. I really like them, but if you are looking for colored brush pens, I would almost recommend the Pentel touch fude pens instead. I like how those write better. I still like these, but when I reach for a colored pen, I tend to go for the Pentel ones instead.

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