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The Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pen

If you want an effective tool for calligraphy or hand-lettering, brush pens are a good option. These brush pens are also quite suitable for paintings or enhancing your illustrations if you use a brush pen with the right ink type. Certain brush pens come with a fine tip at one end and a brush tip at the other. The Tombow ABT dual brush pen is one such pen.

Tombow brush pen is popular worldwide due to its superior quality and multiple functions. These pens are designed to provide a quality and consistent output and blend in very well.

Durability is another forte intended to make these pens stay intact for a long time, and the tip easily bounces back; unlike other brush pens, you do not face the problem of the tip fraying at the edges. The quality and features of these pens are the reason for their popularity and widespread use, particularly among the influencers and artist community.

Let’s look at the various features of the Tombow ABT dual brush pens

Features of the dual brush pens

As the name implies, the brush pen is equipped with dual tips. There is a fine tip on one end that enables drawing meticulous lines, while the second thicker tip is generally is flexible and can be used as a brush.

The brush pens come in 15 different vibrant color variants that you can use as watercolors. You can even mix the colors to form unique shades.

Using the dual brush pens

The ABT dual brush pens are quite apt for calligraphy and hand-lettering. Artists and cartoonists can use them for illustration and sketching. The variety of colors and the fact that you can mix them easily, make them very suitable for various kinds of activities. The brush pens are non-toxic and odorless, so kids can use them too. These brushes are very popular among cartoonists, artists, and individuals who like hand-lettering.


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