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KINGART™ Real Brush Pens, Set of 24 Watercolor Markers with Flexible Brush Tips
KINGART™ Real Brush Pens, Set of 24 Unique Colors
Works like a pen, acts like a brush. KINGART™ Brush Pens move effortlessly across your project to create both thin and thick lines. Our pens won't streak, bleed, or smudge and the colors are vibrant, lightfast, and non-toxic. Perfect for any project that needs a brush without the mess.
Real Brush Pens, 24 Colors for Watercolor Painting with Flexible Nylon Brush Tips, Paint Markers for Coloring, Calligraphy and Drawing with Water Brush for Artists and Beginner Painters
- Endless Creative Options: Use your Paint Brush Pens with water to create delicate watercolor effects. Or, use without water for dry-brush painting, sketching, coloring, calligraphy & more.
- Mess-Free Watercolors: These paint markers give you precision control, so you can easily do everything from light pastel washes to subtle shading & gradients. Without fuss, muss, mess, or worry.
- Each brush pen has a soft, supple tip made of durable nylon brush hairs. Use the tip's tapered point to create thin lines. Brush down for thicker lines & strokes
- Watercolor Paint Markers with Flexible Tips
- 24 Rich Colors
- Superior Blendability
- Flexible Tapered Point Tip
- For Fine, Medium & Bold Strokes
- Calligraphy, Drawing & Painting
They’re were good colors but the brush tips weren’t as nice as I thought. every time i would write it would leave gaps in the letters I was writing because the brush tips were like so spread out. Not what I had expected so I returned them.
Love them, the ink does not smell like some of other brands I’ve tried and the colors are perfect , I still like my micron brush pens best, but these are different, work really well and great value
My 14 year old said they bleed too much. She switched paper to see if there was a difference. Not really. She loves Tombow now and says they’re perfect, especially the muted colors, but they’re little pricey. Hopefully they last her a while. I think these would be better for younger kids not worried about their artwork being ruined after hours of drawing a picture of for coloring books if you put a divider between the next page so not to ruin it.
Kids love them
Bought these for my husband and he loves them. He uses in conjunction with my Copic's and they make a nice combination on paper. They also blend well if not over-saturated.