Tombow Fudenosuke Fude Brush Pen/Soft & Hard & Twin Tips/Value set
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Why does this matter? Well, there's not really a hard line difference between signing brush pens vs. regular brush pens but signature brush pens, in my opinion, are generally more likely to run out of ink faster. One of the reasons I marked a star off is because I would've liked there to be some description of it as it would have changed my purchasing decision. Additionally, I think my hard brush is already a little dry and I've barely used it.
On the plus side, it was pretty cheap
I did much research on brush pens that were good for beginners. These kept coming up, but the reviews were inconsistent. This is my 15th practice sheet. I have used the hard tip (blue barrel pen) almost exclusively. The ink seems plentiful! From the perspective of my limited knowledge (2 weeks in now), I would definitely recommend these brush tip pens. I have tried a few pens with softer tips - and I am not remotely ready for them. The hard tip gives enough resistance when forming the letters to get the pressure correct. The softer tip in this set is still quite firm and will be a nice transition - but, at this point, it is hard for me to imagine wanting to move to a softer tip!
I wanted to try one of these, but this pack is more valuable so bought this. They came in original Japanese packaging. The ink is so much better than the pentel sign brush pen's. It's deeper black and just works better. There's some bleedtrough when you use a thin paper, but it's natural with a pen. They are easy to write with, I specially like the hard tip one! The dual tip pen has soft tips, one black and one gray. I use them for a while now, and they are stil not damaged.