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This small set is great...
September 23, 2016
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This small set is great for a purse they are easy to find by feel and while small are comfortable in my hand. All ink flows smoothly and expressively so is very suitable for sketching.
This pen set is fantastic...
March 12, 2016
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This pen set is fantastic for quick studies; I tend to use them for things like drawing animals or quickly sketching environments from life. The have a nice feel and a decent level of control to them, and the case makes them compact, organized and easy to carry with you. In my experience, these aren't the best for any kind of detail work, as there's a limit on how thin you can get your lines.
I suggest these to anyone who's looking for a solid pen set for casual sketching.
A really cute little...
November 4, 2015
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A really cute little set. Two broad tip and one fine. The broad is fairly soft, allowing for a lot of line variety. However, the pens are quite small, shorter than a standard pen and also thinner since they have flat sides. I find the size to be awkward for my hands. Still, the set looks very nice and if the small size isn't an issue, it would be a great travel set. Also a nice gift, if you need something small and inexpensive.
As the other reviewer...
February 9, 2014
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As the other reviewer says, "good addition," but I give 4 instead of 5 stars because it is not convenient when one is popping pens into and out of the case to remember that they only fit in one way. They are not the traditional round edged pens.
Nice addition to a sketching...
January 30, 2014
Nice addition to a sketching kit for doodling and inking penciled drawings. I really like the hard carrying case of this Uni Brush Pen Set (KFK-501), for its three slender elegant brush pens are always protected, ready for use, and neatly organized. The translucent pen caps can be posted on the opposite end of each pen when in-use, and they close tightly once each pen is back in its case slot. The round bumps near the end of each pen snap into the round holes at the top of the pen case, so the brush pens are locked securely in place and will not fall out even if you shake the case or hold it upside down. I noticed that the fine brush pen tends to yield a bit of a dry-brush effect if you draw too fast with it. The gray pen could be use for shading and adding another dimension to your ink drawings. I find the the pens' minimalist design quite appealing already, and I was quite pleased to discover that they still managed to include a subtle "Japan" and "Mitsubishi" in raised molded lettering near the identifying nib size ring on the end of each barrel.
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