Pro: Great feel, Light, Double Tipped, Ink does not bleed on Moleskine or
Cardstock, Comparatively inexpensive, Brush control is easy, treat it like a
brush and it will behave like a brush.
Mid: Ink is not dark, feels like diluted black watercolor this can be a pro or
con, shows pen lines below ink with one coat.
Con: May take a few passes over a certain area to soak every fiber and obtain a
pure black, but depending on the use this may not be a con
I can't speak for ink capacity, I've only done a few heavy sketches with it so
far with no complaints, but I would think this will run out quickly if you're
looking for an immediate black and have to go over an area multiple times.
Overall this is a nice sketching brush pen but I would choose something maybe a
little darker for your final pieces unless you want a sketchy feel.
I'll go one further than the others and say that this is the worst sharpener
I've used period. This is not a pencil sharpener, It's a pencil destroyer.
Purchase this if you're having trouble turning your prized artist set into a
nice chunky pile of kindling for starting fires.
If Jetpens lets this review stick... then maybe purchase it to help JetPens out
and get it off their shelf, then see if I'm lying (I'm not).