Tag: drawingpen

Staedtler 308 Pigment Liner drawing pen review

21 July 2014 By ian

The Staedtler 308 pigment liner is a fibre-tipped drawing pen available in 9 different line widths (0.5mm to 0.8mm) with black ink. I’ve found it difficult to find very many good drawing pens. The Copic Multiliner is a great and so is the Sakura Pigma Micron but apart from those I’ve not found any that […]

Artline Drawing System drawing pen review

9 June 2014 By ian

The Artline Drawing System pens are, unsurprisingly, drawing pens. They use water-based yet water-proof black pigment ink and can be found with tip sizes from 0.1 to 0.8. The ink is good and black and the clip is nice and strong. Those are the best aspects of this pen. The line isn’t always consistent – […]

Copic Multiliner SP drawing pen review

21 April 2014 By ian

The Copic Multiliner SP is my favourite drawing pen. It’s also pretty good for writing with. Copic make disposable Multiliners and refillable Multiliner SPs. The SPs have aluminium barrels that are a pleasure to hold and use. They are light but feel well constructed, making them perfect for extended periods of writing or drawing. Replacement […]

Sakura Pigma Micron drawing pen review

10 February 2014 By ian

The Sakura Pigma Micron is an excellent drawing pen that is also pretty nifty for writing with. It’s my pen of choice for sketchnoting primarily because it dries quickly and tends not to smudge when I’m filling in with colour. There are a range of tip sizes from 005, writing a 0.2mm line, to 08, […]