Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen- Black /Gray Ink- Soft Tip [GCD-121]

 

Fudenosuke Brush Pen features a flexible brush tip for different lettering and drawing techniques. The line width varies from thin to wide depending on the pressure exerted on the tip.
Great for calligraphy and art drawings.
This special elastomer pen tip allows unprofessional users to do great things.
Easily control the strokes. Amazing for beginners.
Barrels are made of recycled polypropylene plastic.
Available in hard, soft and twin brush tips.

Water-based, pigment black and gray ink. Non-refillable.

Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen- Black /Gray Ink- Soft Tip [GCD-121]

Our Selling Price: NZ $6.00

Weight: 15g

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  • 5
    Compact travel sketcher.
    By Mike
    Having black and gray on the same pen is super cool, you can easily use it for adding drop shadow to your writing or for more interesting sketching with a single tool that fits snugly in your pocket, the tip amazing to use and it has that same premium feel of the other Tombow pens.
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  • 5
    Excellent
    By Anonymous
    Excellent products and very fast shipping!
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  • 5
    Really excellent, versatile pen
    By Anonymous
    There are two things I love about this pen:

    Firstly the ability to draw/shade in both black and grey, which is really convenient for illustrating on the go since you can carry one pen that can do both outlining and shading.

    The second thing is the design of the nib or 'brush', which is kind of like a hybrid between a flexible brush and a standard marker or 'felt tip' nib. There are two sections: the actual drawing tip, and then a flexible piece that connects it to the pen. What this construction means is that when you draw lightly, just touching the tip to the paper, you can make a fine line, but on applying a little pressure and/or varying the angle of the pen, the side of the nib comes in contact with the paper and you get a broader line.

    With some practice you can get nice flowing lines, with the control of a conventional pen, but some of the character of using a brush or brush pen.
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