Here and there I do really enjoy a nice creativity tool – i.e. beside the usual suspects of fountain pens, ink, and the like. After having played around with waterbrushes and watercolor in the recent time, I somehow liked the ‘brushy’ feeling – especially for practicing a little hand lettering for quotes and headlines in my Bullet Journal. So, when I found out about the Pentel ColourBrush, that of course sounded like something that I wanted to try for myself. And I did.
So, below’s the video-review – preceded by some quick facts. As always, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!
- Pentel ColourBrush (brushpen)
- A “Brush Pen” in the actual sense of the word – a true hybrid of a watercolor brush and a brush marker with a felt tip
- Available in 18 different colors
- Water based ink that dries quickly and can be (somewhat) blended with water
- Nylon brush tip that retains shape and allows for strokes of about 1-10mm in width
- Refillable (refill about 1/3 of the price of the original brush pen)
- Cost: about 8 €/$
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