Watercolour painting brush pens

These are a new one on me – sort of a combination between a brush and a pen for watercolour paints.


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Watercolour painting brush pens for painters

These are a new one on me - sort of a combination between a brush and a pen for watercolour paints.

I think these are going to be great for people with limited space, and possibly for kids, too - less paint needs to be mixed, less dishes of water need to be left out. Hopefully this will avoid the possibility of spills to some extent.


They come in three different tip sizes - they are all sharp tips, rather than chisel or flat tips.

  • Small - 12x2MM
  • Medium - 12x3MM
  • Large - 20x5MM
  • Pack of three sizes


To use:

The body of the pens are reverse threaded, meaning the water container has to be turned to the right to undo it - this is to avoid accidental opening along with the lid, etc.

To use, fill the water container around two thirds fulll of water. Gently squeeze the body to wet the tip of the brush, and then start to stir the brush tip into your watercolour paints / pigments. If a little more water is required you can add some manually or squeeze the brush a little harder.

The water chamber inside the pen makes these great for doing gradient work - although you can tell by the photographs that everyone involved in the test was out of practice. Personally I'd never used watercolours before and I found using these pens quite similar to drawing using an actual pen, more intuitive than a brush for certain - although your mileage will almost certainly vary.

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