it’s not often that a new brush pen joins the lettering world, but these recently became available and I’m in love. Watch my first reaction and review of these new Sharpie brush pens. I also compare them to Tombow brush markers.
So you got yourself a water brush, now what? Well, there are a few things you can do with it, of course, you can use it to paint beautiful landscapes, people, abstract art and more, but here, we'll use it for lettering.
But before you get to that part, (coming next week) let's talk about the different way to use it and how to take care of it so it lasts you a long time.
I have wanted a set of these brushes for such a long time but I never bought them, I don't know why, I spend money on everything but for some reason $13 was too much. I don't know, but I finally told myself enough is enough and ordered a 3 brush set. I started doing the Sketch-a-day challenge, and I have a little moleskine watercolor sketchbook, so I thought this would be a great easy way to fill it on the go.