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Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens

Artists, cartoonists, and fans of hand lettering worldwide enjoy Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens. These tombow brush pen offer serious diversity for drawings, illustrations, and manga. What sets Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens apart from other pens is that they’re made by the world’s best pen manufacturer. This brand has created a new line of writing instruments for artists and illustrators.

Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens have a brush tip on one side and a fine tip on the other to give you versatility with both thick and thin lines. The versatile nature of these pens lets artists create anything from thick lines to detailed shading without switching pens.

The brush pen has a flexible nylon head to draw thick lines with less effort. The fine tip works well to create thin lines and dots. Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens come in black and color options, including pastels.

Watercolors can be made by mixing these water-based colors. They’re ideal for illustrating, making comics, sketching, scrapbooking and a variety of other projects. These pens have no odor, are acid-free, and are non-toxic.

Let’s look at some of why Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens are so popular among artists.

  • Most importantly, perhaps, they are water-based and water-resistant.
  • There’s a fine tip and a brush tip on each pen, allowing you to easily create thick and thin lines.
  • This also saves money since the pens aren’t disposable like markers or gel pens.
  • Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens are great for both beginners and advanced artists.
  • Their water-based ink makes them an ideal choice for artists working with kids. The pens come in both black and 16 color options, including pastels, black, sky blue, mint, purple sage, pale yellow, sea blue, peacock blue, orchid, periwinkle, carnation pink, coral, light ochre, blush pink, and asparagus green.

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