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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body

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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body - TOMBOW GCD-111
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body - TOMBOW GCD-111
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body - TOMBOW GCD-111
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body - TOMBOW GCD-111
  • Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen - Hard - Blue Body - TOMBOW GCD-111
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The special elastomer pen tip of the Fudensoke line gives artists and calligraphers the ability to control strokes with precision. The pens are ideal for writing kanji (Chinese characters). Barrels are made of recycled polypropylene plastic. These non-refillable brushes are available in hard, soft and dual color (black and gray) brush tips.


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Specs
Model NumberTOMBOW GCD-111
Shipping Weight0.35 oz
Body Color Dark Blue
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible No
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 10 mm
Diameter - Max 10 mm
Grip Color Dark Blue
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 14.1 cm
Length - Posted 16.8 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.3 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 6 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Replaceable No

Reviews
7 people found this helpful
  I'M A PRO COMIC BOOK..., March 8, 2011
By t.truman - See all my reviews
I'M A PRO COMIC BOOK ARTIST AND ILLUSTRATOR. I'VE FOUND THESE TO BE A GREAT BRUSH PEN FOR MY WORK. THESE HAVE A "SILKY" CHARACTER SIMILAR TO THAT OF THE ZEBRA PENS, THOUGH, IN MY EXPERIENCE, THE TIPS ARE SLIGHTLY LESS SHARP THAN THOSE OF THE ZEBRAS AND HAVE LESS "SPRING" OR "BOUNCE" TO THEM. THAT SAID, THEY SEEM ARE MORE DURABLE THAN THE KURATAKES. (THE KURATAKES HAVE A SLIGHTLY "DIRTIER", FREER CHARCATER THAT I LIKE, THOUGH.) HAVE TO SAY, ZEBRAS "FINES" AND "SUPER FINES" ARE MY PERSONAL "GO TO" FAVORITES, BUT THESE COME PRETTY CLOSE. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED-- ESPECIALLY IF YOU'VE TRIED THE ZEBRAS BUT WOULD PREFER SOMETHING JUST A LITTLE "SOFTER" IN FEEL.
4 people found this helpful
  I love this pen for cartooning..., August 18, 2010
By geminica - See all my reviews
I love this pen for cartooning - you get a good variable width line, but it's a lot easier to handle - more controlled - than a hair brush pen. If you draw a line too fast it does get a bit dry, but other than that, it's a very good cartooning pen.

I think I like the tip on this one a little better the tip on the Zebra Sign Pen, but they're quite similar.
4 people found this helpful
  This was one of my first..., July 14, 2010
By jbe... - See all my reviews
This was one of my first brush pens and I'm glad it was - it provides a very good introduction to what is possible with a brush pen.

The tip is hard and sharp but becomes slightly more pliable after some use. Excellent line variation is possible (very fine detail to a nice thick line) and it is easier to control than standard brush pens (e.g. Pentel Pocket) due to its hardness.

My single reservation is that on some paper, I wish the ink was slightly darker and I also wish it held up better to erasing. After some research and experimentation, I have discovered that the right paper makes all the difference (Borden & Riley Paris Bleedproof Paper For Pens - is quite expensive but superb for all of my ink-related illustrations - and wonderful with this pen).
4 people found this helpful
  I had been buying these..., February 1, 2011
By christophercoffey - See all my reviews
I had been buying these pens at the airport in Singapore for 12 years while traveling through every year to Australia until they changed owners, and they disappeared! I used to have them ordered by the two dozen I was so addicted to them. So now I find them again! They are the best! My friends loved them so much I had to give them away. I use them both for drawing and writing with very sexy results. They soften beautifully with time but beware as they do dry out quite quickly.
I cannot believe I found them again after much searching. They are like finding an old friend again.
2 people found this helpful
  I tried both of these..., April 23, 2010
By dolces - See all my reviews
I tried both of these pens and they were way too dry for my taste. I did not like them at all! I ended up tossing them out within a week.
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