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Tombow Brush Pens

The Tombow brush pens are popular worldwide for their multi-functionality and quality. The brush pen colors give consistent shades and blend in easily. The brushes are also quite durable as the tip bounces back and does not fray at the corners like other brush pens.

Whether you are looking for pens for calligraphy, sketching or hand-lettering, the Tombow brush pens work quite nicely. It is why you may have seen many influencers using these brushes in various tutorial videos.

Kawaii features a wide range of Tombow brush pens and sets. Some are listed below.

Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens

The Tombow ABT brushes have dual tips.

  • Fine tip which is used for drawing precise lines
  • Thicker tip is used as a brush.

These brushes are very popular among cartoonists, artists and individuals who like hand-lettering.

The brush pen ink is water-based, odorless, and non-toxic. You can mix two colors to use them as water colors. Available in a variety of colors, the ABT dual pens are perfect for drawing, illustrating and sketching. Whether it is comic books or scrapbooks, these pens are perfect. 

Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen 

Another variety of the Tombow brush pen is the Fudenosuke brush pen. You can use them for calligraphy and lettering, particularly for writing Japanese and Chinese characters.

The pens have waterproof and pigment-based ink. Moreover, the elastomer pen tip enables you to control the brush output and draw accurate strokes and lines.

In addition to black color, these pens are available in black, grey, brown, pink, purple, cobalt blue, light green, yellow, orange, red etc.

In addition to these, you may also find the Fudenosuke brush pens in hard and soft tips, commonly used for lettering. While the hard tip is suited for beginners as it allows more control, the soft tip is suited for the experts as it has an easy give and a darker pigment.


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