A Review of Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens

The tombow brush pen are a great set of pens for multi-purpose use. These are pens with two tips at both ends for versatile use. The pens feature a fine tip and a thicker tip for multiple uses. These are suitable pens for hand lettering lovers across the globe. They are also a great choice for cartoonists and artists. The pens are unique and stand out from the normal pens that use daily. 

Features of the Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens 

The dual tip design is the main feature that makes the pens stand out. These pens feature two tips at both ends. One side features a fine tip that is ideal for drawing clean and smooth lines. The fine tip side is ideal when you want to draw exact lines. The second side features a thicker tip which is more like a flexible brush. It is mainly used when drawing thicker lines or highlighting details. This is a unique feature that gives people multiple uses in a single pen. 

In addition, the pens feature water-based colors which are safe and non-toxic. You can mix both colors use them as watercolors. It is another excellent feature that makes artists and cartoonists perfect their creativity. The pens are suitable for illustrating scrapbooks, drawing comics, and sketching. They are odorless, acid-free, and non-toxic for safe and effective use. These pens can be used around kids and adults without any worries. 

Overall, these are quality dual brush pens with a slim design for portability. The pens measure 19cm long and feature caps on both sides to protect the tips. 

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