Watercolour Dual Tip Pens
Often i find people looking at these pens confused and reading the blurb on the back still unsure of what they are going to be getting. I often hear customers talk between themselves "Watercolour pencils i understand, but pens?"
I own the the set of 36 pens in a lovely caddy. I've been using the pens for all sorts including my colouring books and digi stamp colouring. I have found they are great to work with especially the brush end. Although i use them mostly as standard pens because i love the colours and the quality, i have also experimented with them as watercolour pens.
Below is an example of the different styles you can create with these pens using a simple waves image.
The left picture has been created with the brush end tip of the pen, as you can see the brush strokes are nice and smooth on the page, the colours work really well together and blend nicely. The right picture is the effect you can get by simply using an artist brush and water. It really is as simple as dipping your brush in water and smoothly brushing over the ink.
I hope this post has helped you to understand how these pens can be used, don't forget if you have any questions you can comment on this post, email me at [email protected] or call 01297624246. Myself or Laura are always on hand to help with your enquiries.
These pens are available in Packs of 12: http://www.imaginedesigncreate.co.uk/shoponline/prod_3270019-Watercolour-dual-tip-pens.html and a
caddy of 36: http://www.imaginedesigncreate.co.uk/shoponline/prod_3948909-Watercolour-Dualtip-Pens-Caddy-36pk-Brush-Fine.html