Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pen -N45 Cool Gray 10 [AB-TN45]

 

 

Flexible brush tip and fine tip double-sided marker. Brush tip works like a paintbrush to create fine, medium or bold strokes making them the perfect tool for hand lettering, illustration, drawing, rubber stamping and much more.

Made of smooth and resilient nylon fibres, making them durable enough to take on pressure without breaking or losing their original shape even after extensive use. Tips are self-cleaning, allowing you to mix and blend colours without fear of permanently staining or ruining your marker-simply brush onto scrap paper to clean the tip.
 
Fine bullet tip is strong and firm, giving a consistent fine line perfect for drawing embellishments, intricate designs, details, and writing.
 
The water-based acid free non-toxic odorless ink is easily mix and blendable and retains it's point stroke after stroke. 
 
This colourless blender softens and blends colours, creating a watercolour effect.
Useful double-sided pen has flexible brush tip and the fine in one.
Filled with acid-free and ororless ink.
This excellent blender brings dimension to your artwork with different shades of and textures.
 
 
 
Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pen -N45 Cool Gray 10 [AB-TN45]

Our Selling Price: NZ $5.60

Weight: 15g

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  • 5
    Nice Tombow pen
    By I. K
    oooh lovely grey tone. The point on the brush nib can draw so tiny and then it can transition to thick chunky lines effortlessly. Great pen.
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  • 5
    Dark Gray.
    By Mike
    This pen is quite a dark gray, really easy to get an even tone, even on basic sketchbook paper.

    I got these pens looking for an alternative to Copics (or other solvent based markers). I wanted something that I could use to add a bit of colour to my regular sketchbooks (110gsm) without ghosting through the page, these are exactly what I was looking for. They can easily be used for both big and small areas and still allows use of the other side of the paper. Where they really shine is on wet strength or watercolour paper, they are easily reworkable/blendable with water and they lift really well so you can get that "edgeless" watercolour look.
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