My brush markers set

Hello everyone!!

Most of you ask me about which stationery I use on my daily posts, so I thought it will be good to write some posts about it. Today we’re going to talk about “Brush Markers”, I will show you the ones that I have and I will explain my own opinion about them (pros and cons). If you know some brush markers that I should try them, just let me know!!!

*As soon as I test new brush pens, I will update this list!

  1. TOMBOW DUAL BRUSH PENS (link)PROS:-Wide range of colours (There’re more than 90 colours)

    -They have two tips: fine tip and brush tip

    -They are water based

    -There’s a blender and a mixing palette

    -The brush tip is very flexibleCONS:

    -They are very expensive (each marker costs 3,90€ /  $3,19)

    -You can’t use them in any paper, because it will blend

    SWATCHES:

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  2. LYRA AQUA BRUSH DUO (link)PROS:-Good value for money (each marker costs 1,012€ / $0,93)

    -They’re perfect if you are a brush lettering beginner

    -They have two tips: fine tip and brush tipCONS:

    -There’re only 36 colours

    -The brush tip is not as flexible as Tombow’s

    SWATCHES:

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  3. KARIN BRUSHMARKER PRO (link)PROS:-Wide range of colours (There’re 60 colours)

    -The markers come with a beautiful box, so you can storage them easily

    -Good value for money (each marker costs 1,50€ / $1,75)

    -They are waterbased

    -They have a flexible nylon tip

    -There’s a blenderCONS:

    -You must use them in a watercolor paper

    -They only have one tip (brush)

    SWATCHES:

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  4. KARIN DECO BRUSH METALLIC PERMANENT MARKERS (link)PROS:-The markers come with a beautiful box, so you can storage them easily

    -There’s a leaflet inside the box that explains how to store and use them

    -Good value for money (each marker costs 2€ / $2,34)

    -They are waterbased

    -They have a flexible nylon tipCONS:

    -There’re only 10 colours.

    -You must use them in a watercolor paper

    -They only have one tip (brush)

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  5. ARTLINE STIX BRUSH MARKER (link)PROS:-Good value for money (each marker costs around 1,02€ / $0,90)

    -As they don’t have a big brush tip, they’re perfect for writing in smaller sizes

    -The packaging of the markers are very different from other brands

    -Bright coloursCONS:

    -Lacked variety of colours (Only 20 markers)

    -They only have one tip (brush)

    SWATCHES:

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  6. SIPA CALLIGRAPHY MARKERS (link)PROS:-The set of 3 brush pens have different sizes

    -Perfect for beginnersCONS:

    -They only have one tip (brush)

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  7.  STA METALLIC BRUSH PENS (link)

    PROS:-Easy to use. I recommend them to beginners-Flexible brush tip

    -Good quality for money

    CONS:

    -The colours are darker than it seems

    -Small variety of colours.

    SWATCHES:

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  8. WATERCOLOR BRUSH PENS (link)PROS:

    -Wide range of colours.

    -Flexible brush tip.

    -They’re waterbased.

    -The markers come with a box, so it’s easier to store them.

    -It comes with a water brush pen.CONS:

    -The brush tip is irregular. So the strokes of your lettering may not be perfect. But, if you’re looking for different textures in your lettering, it will be good for you.

    Hope this could be helpful! See you soon.

    Laia