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Pilot Fude-Makase Color Brush Pen - Extra Fine - Black

Pilot Fude-Makase Color Brush Pen - Extra Fine - Black

$3.30
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4.7 (15 reviews)
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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!


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I got this pen just to...
February 1, 2014
I got this pen just to play around with another pen for borders, but I wound up using it for lettering and loving it! The mostly stiff but still slightly flexible nib is great for hand lettering and it has amazing line varation. The ink runs smoothly over most surfaces and pencils and blue pencil, and its great for doodling. My only complaint is that I wound up using it up so fast (because I would grab it all the time). Only pen I like better than the pilot fude is my pentel pocket brush!
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electric.abyss
I really like this pen....
January 2, 2014
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I really like this pen. Good line variation, nice thin line when needed, good solid black, easy to use. Very good when you want to use a brush pen w line variations, but still need to do finer renderings. FYI, I use mostly for inking drawings.
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jasonweaveresq
I kinda love this pen....
December 10, 2013
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I kinda love this pen.

I picked this up because I got tired of Micron pens failing, and I never liked them much to begin with. Plus, I have a Pentel Pocket Brush pen that I adore so I thought I'd give this one a go. At 3 bucks, why not.

I purchased this with the Zebra Disposable Brush Pen (Fine), and I just never put the Pilot down for several reasons.

1) The pigment is more durable, and takes erasing better - it is definitely not waterproof!
2) the pen tip is flexible but not mushy

I use it for drawing so I can't tell you what else it does well.

Samples of my work:
The Sketchbook: http://driftmarlo.blogspot.com/
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drift.marlo
The primary reason I...
May 23, 2016
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The primary reason I like this pen is its aesthetically pleasing appearance. Unfortunately unlike other pens like this the nib is a little stiff and it's hard to get varied line weights. I wouldn't recommend this for line work, but it has a place in note taking and inking in small-medium areas
lightfootfox
I bought a bunch of brush...
May 22, 2016
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I bought a bunch of brush pens to test out which were my favorites, and this was a total surprise. The brush tip is a standout winner, very precise and smooth and keeps its shape and point very well. I also like that you can easily see how much ink is inside the barrel. The only downside is the inkflow is not the greatest, but that is to be expected of most brush pens. I'll definitely be repurchasing this pen. It's truly wonderful to draw with.
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