Magnetips Drawing Pens Review and Giveaway

The Magnetip is a fibre-tipped pen that contains magnets at each end. These pens were sent to me by Magnetips to review. They sent me two sets of pens which I’ll be giving away. Read on for the review and for details of the giveaway. These are my own views.[…]

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Pilot DR Drawing Pen Review

The Pilot DR was one of the first drawing pens I bought because it’s easily available in UK high street shops, together with with Faber-Castell Pitt. I didn’t get along with it very well finding it a little scratchy and dry. However a little while ago I thought I’d get[…]

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Faber-Castell Ecco tip

Faber-Castell Ecco Pigment Drawing Pen Review

Faber-Castell is better known for the Pitt drawing pen but if you look hard enough you can find this alternative: the Ecco Pigment Liner. I was able to get this pen at a discount thanks to Cult Pens’ support of the site. These are my own honest opinions. Price: £2.80[…]

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Faber-Castell Pitt cap

Faber-Castell Pitt Drawing Pen Review

The Faber-Castell Pitt drawing pen is one of the first drawing pens I ever tried. They’re easily found in high street shops here in England and so I suspect they’re the first experience of drawing pens for many people here. Price: £2.10 (UK) Tip size options: super-fine, extra-fine, fine, medium[…]

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Kuretake Millennium tip

Kuretake Zig Millennium Drawing Pen Review

Kuretake make a wide range of pens for art and calligraphy. Many have a good reputation and I have a Kuretake brush pen that’s pretty good. How does the Millennium drawing pen hold up? I was able to get this pen at a discount thanks to Cult Pens’ support of[…]

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