Dual Brush Pen ABT available in 108 colors.
Available in 108 colors for artists and crafters. Ideal for coloring, fine art, illustrations, doodling, journaling, hand lettering and more.
Brush × fine tip
Double tip brush pen with a resilient nylon brush that retains it’s point stroke after stroke.
Available in 108 colors
108 colors available including a colorless blender for shading.
Water-based dye ink
Water-based dye ink in vivid colors: ideal for coloring, fine art, illustrations, doodling, journaling, hand lettering and more. It does not blur or bleed through.
※ Due to characteristic of water-based dye ink, ink may fade over time according to color if exposed to sunlight or ultraviolet light.
14 shades are available in grayscale alone
Draw grayscale pictures with depth.
Colorless blender for shading
This pen with colorless ink enables a wide range of expressions with watercolors such as blending, grading, and painting.
Any expression is possible
Ideal for coloring, fine art, illustrations, doodling, journaling, hand lettering and more.
Themed sets of 6 colors chosen from all 108 ABT colors
Selected 6 recommended colors for each of the themes of Botanical, Natural, Nordic, and Fancy.
The package mounts include a pattern paper that can be used to make mini envelopes.
Includes a handy zipper pack for storage.
Color x Color
1） Mixing colors on paper
Add the next color before the first color dries.
Use the darker color first.
2） Mixing colors with the pen tips
Apply the darker ink directly to the tip of the lighter color pen and use the light color pen to draw.
Color x Colorless Blender (N00)
3) Mixing colors with the blender
It is possible to create a gradation by blending the borders of two different colors using a blender.
4） Creating a gradation using a blender
Apply your preferred colors to a material that will repel water, such as a plastic file cover, and use the blender to absorb the colors and draw. By doing so you can create a dark to light gradation.
Color x Water Brush
5) Shading using a Water Brush
6) Creating a gradation using a Water Brush
Apply your preferred colors to a material that will repel water, such as a plastic file cover, and use the blender to absorb the colors and draw. This technique enables you to create work like a water color.
*This is also possible using a wet, normal paint brush.
- Precaution for Use
- · Put the cap back after every use.
· The ink may leak or spill out if shaken hard, dropped, or given a strong shock.
· Keep it out of the reach of small children.
· Do not use it for other than writing and drawing.