Pilot Pocket Brush Pen - Soft

Pilot Pocket Brush Pen - Soft

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4.5 (55 reviews)
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More and more artists are discovering the attractive characteristics of brush pens for drawing. These felt tip ones from Pilot offer dark lines and variable line widths. Two styles of tip firmness (hard and soft) are available.

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I draw for a living,...
June 3, 2009
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I draw for a living, and I love trying new pens, so I gave this one a shot. I assume that this would probably be a good pen for writing Japanese characters, but it's far too soft to use for inking drawings. The tip is one solid mass, not bristles like a true brush pen, and when you apply pressure, the entire tip has a great amount of give. It feels almost "mushy", it's that flexible. Fun to play with, but very hard to get any real precision with it.
8 people found this helpful
I love how it feels,...
September 7, 2010
I love how it feels, it would be perfect if it were waterproof.
5 people found this helpful
Not a bad pen for larger...
July 16, 2010
Not a bad pen for larger scale sketches or for quick sketches at a comic con or something of that nature. Nice juicy line and pretty nice control. A pleasant surprise from Pilot. A little too thick though for any intricate detail in my experiences with it.
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Absolutely in love with...
July 24, 2014
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Absolutely in love with the feel of this pen. Works well for playing around on paper mostly -- which is what I bought it for. The tip is flexible (keep in mind that if you're looking for an actual 'brush' tip, this one is exactly what it says, soft!) and has (like someone else said) a 'juicy' effect. It will get full with ink which I like.

While I wouldn't use this for lining or precise work, I love this pen. Will probably buy another in the future.
If you're looking for a brush pen that doesn't have the squish of this tip, go for the 'hard' option instead (I have both and I love them aha). While it doesn't have the capability to have as wide strokes as this pen, one may prefer it's easier to control tip.

: )
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As I continue to use...
July 22, 2010
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As I continue to use this pen,...I'm learning to appreciate it more. This is really a wonderful tool that seems to be flying under the radar. A really nice and juicy line too and a Xfine line can be accomplished with a little bit of effort. (I must raise my previous grade up a notch)
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