Dual Brush Pen Zoom



Dual Brush Pen

SKU# 56XXX

Flexible brush tip and fine tip in one marker. Brush tip works like a paintbrush to create fine, medium or bold strokes; fine tip gives consistent lines. Dual Brush Pens are ideal for artists and crafters. The water-based ink is blendable and the resilient nylon brush retains it's point stroke after stroke.  96 colors available including a colorless blender for shading.



  • Ideal for fine art, illustrations, doodling, journaling, hand lettering and more

  • Water-based

  • Blendable

  • Odorless

  • Tips self-clean after blending

Availability: In stock

$3.19

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Best blending markers in quality and priceReview by SquirrelKat
I enjoy scrapbooking as well as home art crafts and after purchasing and using many other marker brands such as Copic and Spectrum Noir I have found Tombow to be the best for the price, variety of color, quality, and use. The Tombows' brush tip has the right amount of flexibility. The colors don't change after drying. There is a great range of vibrant colors and with the ability to blend you are able to create so many more. What makes Tombow far superior than other brands for me is the blending. I cannot say enough about the ways you can blend but I'll try and keep it to the 3 main points. 1. Yes, they self-clean with just a few quick swipes on scratch paper, (Note: the clear N00 pen may stain the brush but it will still brush clean). 2. You don't have to blend only right after the first color is applied, I've gone back to things I've done and they blend as if I just worked on them, with others you can only blend during the "open" window before they dry. 3. The ability to mix colors by using a non-porous surface like glass is amazing I love the shadow effects when I'm writing cards and chinese characters. Bottom line, you have to try it I recommend buying at least two pens to really see what they can do. (Posted on 10/28/14)

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