Watercolour Real Brush Pens - Set of 48
Multi-Purpose Brush Pens - The water-based, highly pigmented ink is ideal for painting, drawing, sketching, and calligraphy
Blends & Layers Beautifully - Use the markers without water for a vibrant look or add a few drops of water to produce watercolour effects
Brush-Like Tip - The flexible nylon brush tip allows you to create strokes that can be small & precise or broad & bold
Certified Non-Toxic - These Real Brush Pens are AP Certified Non-Toxic and suitable for artists of all levels
Get all of the stylistic and technical versatility of a paintbrush in the form of a ready-to-use pen. Sketch lines of various thicknesses, produce watercolour effects or use these pens for mixed media art. Grab a sheet of watercolour paper and experiment with all the ways you can blend, paint, or add detail to your pieces. You can use techniques like glazing or you can even add salt to your wet pieces to create interesting patterns and designs.
Use the tip of the pen to create thin lines and details in your pieces. If you’re looking to create bolder and thicker lines, apply more pressure to the pen as you glide the brush across your surface. The flexible nylon brush tip performs similarly to a calligraphy-style paintbrush but gives you the control and precision of a marker nib. Create beautiful watercolour artwork without having to keep a water cup nearby; simply use the included water brush pen. The highly-pigmented ink is AP certified non-toxic, so artists of all levels can enjoy creating with them.
To use with water: Apply colour in a line along the edge you wish to be the darkest. Apply more ink over this line or draw several lines next to each other for more saturated colour. Fill the included water brush pen, and brush it over the ink. The water will pull the colour across the page in a natural gradient just like watercolour paints.To use without water: Pick two to three colours you wish to blend together - Shadow, Highlight, and Main Colour. Starting with the darkest colour, draw lines along the most shaded areas of your piece. Use your Highlight colour to add in marks where highlights should be. Finally, take the main colour, and colour over the highlights and shadows to blend all three together.