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So, let me say this:...
August 19, 2016
So, let me say this: I am a FUSSY buyer of pens and pencils. Everything needs to be 'just right' for me to feel good using them... and as any artist knows, 'feeling good' is necessary to be at your best.

I've bought expensive drafting pencils and all that before, $10, $15, $20... but this pencil trumps them all, I'd dare say! Very nice and short tip (some mechanical pencils are hilariously long for some reason!) and the soft color is really pleasing to the eye.

What's even better is that I have had practically NO breakage of the pencil graphite, which is common with a .03 size.

Worth the purchase! Heck, it's worth one and another as a backup if you lose the first! ; )
Priceless for the artist...
March 3, 2013
Verified Purchase
Priceless for the artist who likes to sketch before inking their work. Probably the best of all the blue pencil leads out there! Go for it!
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What an amazing pen!...
March 3, 2013
Verified Purchase
What an amazing pen! It writes so small and precisely that you almost CAN'T make a mistake with it.

Unlike the Copic Multiliner there is no nib or ink cartridge to replace - while that might make one think it is of lesser sophistication, let me assure you it's not. I'll admit I thought "Marvy LePen? PLEASE. Sakura Microns own this scene." but you know what? Definitely on the same level, this clean little pen.

And what's else is that Sakura doesn't even OFFER a .03 and they've been in the business forever! Ponder that when you wonder what company you should side with! : )
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