Using water-based, highly pigmented ink these Real Brush Pens are ideal for colouring, sketching, and calligraphy. The brush tips allow you to colour both small precise details as well as larger areas. They can be used wet or dry to produce different effects. Plus they are AP Certified Non-Toxic and suitable for artists of all levels. They are wonderful value colouring pens.
What’s more, I’ve found Arteza’s customer service second to none. In my experience, if you ever have any problem with any of their products let them know and they will sort it straight away.
How to store Arteza Real Brush Pens
Arteza recommends storing their watercolour brush pens point down and out of direct sunlight so that the tip stays saturated with ink and so that they maintain their vibrancy.
How to use watercolour brush pens
Check out my video below for an introduction to using watercolour pens both with and without water.
Make a colour chart of your Arteza Real Brush Pens
If you’d like to make a colour chart of your Arteza Real brush Pens, I made my self this one for the 96 pen set and find it extremely useful when I’m selecting colours. Download it print it off twice and use your pens to fill in the colours, one with the pens dry and one with a little water. Click on this link to download it Arteza Real Brush Pen Colour Chart.