Sharpie Brush Tip Permanent Marker - Black

Sharpie Brush Tip Permanent Marker - Black

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3.4 (5 reviews)
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The Sharpie Brush Tip permanent markers allow you to create fine lines, bold strokes and shading with one tip! The felt brush tip lets you control the width of your lines with the pressure of your hand. The quick-drying AP certified nontoxic formula ink is fade and water-resistant, and available in several bright colors.

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Order 16, all were almost...
September 9, 2015
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Order 16, all were almost dried out by the time they got to me; very dissapointing. Got these from elsewhere and they lasted alot longer.
I'd give this pen a 5-star...
August 24, 2015
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I'd give this pen a 5-star because it's super easy to control, but it's streaky which I'm sure is because of the alcohol base to the ink. But, I love how easy it is to write with.
It's fun to use the marker,...
August 23, 2015
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It's fun to use the marker, but I found it runs out of ink faster than a regular sharpie. I have a few, but once the first dried out, I just use them for detail work. the cap does not feel safe though. It feels as though the marker will become uncapped in your pocket.
Big, bold! Love the...
June 28, 2015
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Big, bold! Love the brush-type tip.
Nice pens. I use an...
October 28, 2014
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Nice pens. I use an actual watercolor brush to draw most of my cartoons, so I'm a snob about brushes, and usually can't stand brush pens. I was given one of these by non other than Denis Kitchen during a Cartoon Festival, where he made these brush pens sing and dance. I played around with the one he gave me, finally doing autographs and caricatures until it played out. I was so pleased with its performance that I ordered more from JetPens, and will likely order more still. They're easily carried around, can perform beautifully when new and in the hands of Denis Kitchen, and can inspire us lesser cartoonists to strive for better lines than before. I wish the tips lasted longer, but those days are long gone (I'm looking at you, Sharpies from before 1984, when those tips stayed intact and there was enough ink for a few days' worth of theme park caricatures) So, four out of five for the die-hard Brush Tips.