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Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Medium

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$2.50

Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Medium - ZEBRA WF3
  • Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Medium - ZEBRA WF3
  • Zebra Disposable Brush Pen - Medium - ZEBRA WF3
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Features a felt tip.

Brush pens are great tools for manga artists as well as calligraphers. Convenient and perfect for on the go travel, these pens offer lush black color and varying lines widths depending on applied pressure.


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Specs
Model NumberZEBRA WF3
Shipping Weight0.30 oz
Body Color Black
Body Material Plastic
Cartridge-Compatible No
Clip Material Plastic
Clippable Yes
Diameter - Grip 10 mm
Diameter - Max 11 mm
Grip Color Black
Grip Material Plastic
Length - Capped 13.6 cm
Length - Posted 16.5 cm
Length - Uncapped 13.2 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Black
Tip Length 8 mm
Tip Material Felt
Tip Replaceable No
Tip Size Medium

Reviews


June 12, 2012
A great felt tip "brush"...
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A great felt tip "brush" marker for a bargain price! The ink is dark black, the medium tip can draw thick or thin lines, and the ink is always consistently dark. No problems with streaking or skipping. I've actually had this marker since before Xmas 2011 (or sometime around December anyway) but never used it much because I was on a "fine point" kick for the last few months :) But, even after months of inactivity (stored horizontally in my desk drawer) this little marker works just as great as the first day I got it!
I usually prefer fine point brush pens for lettering BUT the Zebra brush pen in Medium works better than the Fine or Extra Fine tips of OTHER brands. For example, Kuretake &Sailor's fine point brush pens seem too dry (squeaky when you write--eek!!) Plus I can usually get thinner lines & smaller lettering out of this Medium point Zebra than I can get from Kuretake/Sailor brush pens. Zebra offers better control over the pen's movements--perhaps because the Zebras are shorter & smaller...?
Anyway, I highly reccommend this brush pen (its inexpensive enough to just "try it out") and I will definitely be purchasing more of the medium, fine & extra fine Zebra brush pens as soon as possible!

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misterjuju
 
March 5, 2011
The tip is pretty big,...
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The tip is pretty big, but you can get a decent line weight variation and it's really fun to use. It takes a bit of practice to get the hang of using it, and you have to draw lines slowly or else they won't look so great, but the ink is a really nice deep black. And the price is fantastic.

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February 25, 2014
od strong pen and takes...
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od strong pen and takes a beating!

bobbydrawsskullz
 
December 13, 2012
A great tool to use for...
A great tool to use for Beta(black spotting) as well as outlines. The lines it creates are mostly thick but you can get a somewhat decent thin line if you practice pressure with this. The only downside is that it seems to be pressure or humidity sensitive, causing the ink to run dry(I've encountered this with some new pens). however I do recommend shaking the pen to fix the problem a bit. One of the best properties of this pen however is that it's waterproof once dry so it's good for watercolors, I do remember it being compatible with Copics but really it's good for watercolors! Also excellent for Shodo,Korean, and Chinese calligraphy! Highly recommended but be sure to check the pen's condition first before use.

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gstrikedragon
 
January 12, 2011
I love these pens and...
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I love these pens and use them constantly. The ink is smooth and is very consistant on bristol board. I do have to warn you that sometimes the ink will bead at the tip of the brush and will produce blobs and impercise lines. This tends to correspond with the weather and air pressure. It doesn't happen all the time.

I still love them and continue to keep them in my bag for everyday use.

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