Brush Pens Comparison

Brush Pens Comparison


Hey guys! Today, I’m working with Jetpens to bring you a comparison of calligraphy supplies. I’ll be showing you seven different brush pens, and if you want to learn about calligraphy nibs, I’ll link the Jetpens video in the cards, in the description, and in the end screen. first up is the Fabercastell Pitt Artist Brush Pen This brush pen has a firm tip that’s on the smaller side, the firmness makes it great for beginners, but it’s on the pricier side, so if you’re not sure whether you want to invest, I’d suggest looking elsewhere first. Next up is the Sakura Koi Coloring Brush Pen This brush pen has a medium sized tip and is on the flexible side Since that brush pen is more flexible and kind of delicate. I’d only recommend this if you’re more experienced in brush lettering This is the Kuretake Fudebiyori which is my top recommendation for beginners It has a medium tip and is fairly firm These are very smooth and durable, but one downside is that they don’t come in a large range of colors Here we have the tombow dual brush pen which I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about This brush pen has a large tip and is very flexible It’s double ended with a bullet tip marker These are one of my favorite brush pens But I wouldn’t recommend them for beginners because they’re very flexible and that can be difficult to you This is the Royal Talens Ecoline brush pen The tip is somewhere between small and medium and it’s extremely flexible They’re filled with Royal talens ecoline watercolors which makes them super smooth and juicy But it also means that they bleed through paper easily These are one of my absolute favorite brush pens But again I wouldn’t recommend them for beginners because they’re so flexible Next is the Marvy Le Plume II – which is double ended with one brush marker tip and one fine liner tip This has a medium tip and low flexibility Last but not least the Pentel Fude Touch brush pen This one is significantly smaller than the others and has medium flexibility Yet again. This is one of my favorite brush pens And this is the brush pen I use for the headers of most of my notes I’ll link my tumblr and instagram in the description if you want to see pictures of my notes Overall my favorites are the Tombow Dual brush pens, The Ecoline Watercolor brush pens, and the Pentel Fude Touch brush pens For beginners, I would recommend either the Pentel Fude Touch or the Kuretake Fudebiyori Don’t forget to check out the calligraphy news video and I’ll link all of these brush pens in the description if you want to try them out I upload new videos every Monday and Friday And I post pictures of my calligraphy on my tumblr and instagram which I’ll link in the description See you next time

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