the line width can very a lot with this pen nib. I've found that i haven't had
to alternate pens as much. can't say much else! try it out and enjoy! practice
makes perfect with dip pens and this comes with 10 nibs so if you mess up
somehow you still have more chances.
Good waterbrush! I can't say I used it all day everyday but i've been able to
paint just about anywhere with this brush its a lovely thing to have (the tip is
now a bit tinted from uses but this doesn't rub off i assume it has just tinted
the bristles)! Its a soft sort of plastic brush and is very smooth. Once the top
came off in my bag- i thought it might be ruined because it was so smashed but i
squeezed some water into it and it was good as new. Its pretty safe from abuse.
If you want to color more areas i suggest getting something larger than medium.
Dry watercolors are best for this kind of pen. Sheet water colors as well. i use
sheets of watercolor paper (peerless) and glue them in my wet/dry media
sketchbook and basically paint wherever without pulling out a watercolor tray.
This set up has been pretty ideal for me.
Anyway- get this pen if you like to paint and go! get multiple different sizes
This is a quality pen. Kuretake 33 is impressive and definitely worth its price
in every way. I've had a very bad falling out with my search for decent brush
pens but I'm glad i listened to the suggestions to get this one! It can get
thick lines and thin lines. You can be consistent with the thinness of the lines
if you just practice with the pressure a bit and you'll know what it takes it
get a certain thickness. The brush does not fray at all and like someone else
has stated has a very springy tip so it recovers itself nicely. I prefer
disposables and i can just stock up on these pens no problem. If you aren't sure
on what kind of brush pen to get this is probably a good place to start. 2 is
probably ideal one for theory and another for practice?