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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen, 2 Pack (Hard/Soft)

Item #: Fudenosuke-HARDSOFT
$5.79
Create extra-fine, fine or medium strokes by a change in brush pressure! Great for calligraphy and art drawings. Water-based, pigmented black and gray ink. Odorless. Non-refillable.

This set includes one each of the Fudenosuke Hard Tip and the Fudenosuke Soft Tip.
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Create extra-fine, fine or medium strokes by a change in brush pressure! Great for calligraphy and art drawings. Water-based, pigmented black and gray ink. Odorless. Non-refillable.

This set includes one each of the Fudenosuke Hard Tip and the Fudenosuke Soft Tip.
 

Tip Size Extra Fine, Flexible
Tip Style Brush
Ink Type Water-Based, Pigment
Surface Paper
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen, 2 Pack (Hard/Soft)
Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen, 2 Pack (Hard/Soft)
 

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2 Review
  • Traveler’s Pick 5

    Posted by Tumble on Jan 30th 2022

    I absolutely love these pens. I purchased them to fit in my satchel with my sketchbook and they work just perfectly for that, as they also write incredibly small, due to the tiny tip size. I love having the soft/hard tip options, although truthfully I am not sure what the need for having both would be, save for the fact of determining which you would prefer. The soft tip definitely puts down a thicker mark and requires a gentler (possibly more seasoned) hand, and the hard tip writes just perfectly for fine details, but also can put down thick dark mark when pressure is applied. Both tips are the same size, they just write differently. Very enjoyable to use.

  • Traveler’s Pick 5

    Posted by Tumble on Jan 30th 2022

    I absolutely love these pens. I purchased them to fit in my satchel with my sketchbook and they work just perfectly for that, as they also write incredibly small, due to the tiny tip size. I love having the soft/hard tip options, although truthfully I am not sure what the need for having both would be, save for the fact of determining which you would prefer. The soft tip definitely puts down a thicker mark and requires a gentler (possibly more seasoned) hand, and the hard tip writes just perfectly for fine details, but also can put down thick dark mark when pressure is applied. Both tips are the same size, they just write differently. Very enjoyable to use.

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