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

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

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4.6 (9 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 like the tip, it is...
April 10, 2015
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I like the tip, it is very fine. My only issue is its more of a dark brown than I was hoping.
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I am still a bit confused...
August 4, 2016
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I am still a bit confused with all of the different names of these brush pens, but this Fude brush pen is really smooth. I like it a lot and apparently, so does my husband as I have found it in his office several times since he first tried it out. I will need to buy a few of these pens!!
This is very hard pen,...
August 2, 2016
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This is very hard pen, and you have to put a lot of stress on the tip to get line variation. This may be really useful for artists who want to do really fine detailing/linework and nothing else, or people with heavy drawing hands, but it's not nearly as smooth or dynamic as something like the fine-tip (and cheaper!) Zebra Disposable Brush Pen, and it feels more like just a standard felt-tip than anything.

However, the cool thing about this pen is that it's great for messy sketching and washes. This is a lot of fun to use with a water brush, because the initial lines you make will stay fairly intact and not too fuzzy/washed out, even when you pull ink from them to shade (in comparison to other water-soluble brush pens, such as the Petit3). Washes made with this pen will look somewhat reddish– it really does give you that old-photograph feeling.
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Great pen: thin and thick...
May 19, 2016
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Great pen: thin and thick lines. Sepia is an haunting color.
Awesome pen - use it...
April 4, 2016
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Awesome pen - use it for quick sketching and note taking.

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