Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pen - Set of 12There are different color sets available. When you have pens in colors that match your preferences, you'll appreciate them more. Here at Stationery Pal, you can get this limited set at an affordable price.
Faber-Castell is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and marketers of quality products for writing, drawing, and creative design; the brand name is world-famous. In the core area of wood-cased pencils, the group is the most important and oldest manufacturer in the world, with a production capacity of more than two billion pencils and colored pencils.
WHAT IS A PITT ARTIST PEN?
Pitt Artist pens with a brush tip may create lines ranging from 1 to 5 mm thick. They provide inks that are odorless, permanent, and waterproof, as well as brilliant colors that will not bleed through paper. Artists all around the world utilize these pens on a regular basis for illustrations, fashion design, life drawings, portraits, sequential art, and canvas paintings. They are durable on various surfaces and work well on all sorts of paper and canvas.
INDIA INKIndia ink was used in China and Egypt centuries before the Christian era and is still valued for the opacity and durability that make it one of the finest inks.
Artwork degrades over time, but PITT Pens are designed to keep your work as long as possible. Asterisks show the level of lightfastness, or how effectively the pen resists the fading effects of light. Not every color has the same degree of lightfastness, but this method allows you to choose the right colors.
The asterisks on PITT Pens indicate the following levels of lightfastness:
- Maximum - lasts up to 100 years
- Very good - lasts up to 25 years
- Good - lasts up to 5 years
Darker colors will conceal the underlying colors, while lighter colors will be more transparent. This feature can be used to add shade, build up fascinating shades, and give your work depth by layering multiple colors. Colors can also be made more saturated by layering multiple layers of the same color.
By writing with PITT Pens on damp paper, you may achieve watercolor-like effects. When using the liquid technique, the ink spreads when applied to the paper, which is ideal for soft-focus effects and simpler blending. Once the ink has dried, you can add detail and definition using another PITT Pens.
PITT Pens dry quickly, but if you move fast, you can smear them with your finger. Smudging gives your drawing's lines a soft appearance and can be used to simulate fluidity. You'll usually only have 2-3 seconds before the ink becomes too dry to spread, but you can extend that time by using less absorbent paper.
EFFECT ON DIFFERENT KINDS OF PAPERThe Pitt Artist Pen India ink pens can be used on a variety of surfaces. Besides many types of paper, the colors can also be used for mixed techniques on canvas, wood, and cardboard. Virtually every kind of paper is suitable: watercolor paper, drawing paper, marker paper, brown Kraft paper, hand-made paper, Ingres paper, washi paper (Japanese paper), construction paper, colored paper, and tracing paper. The water-based ink of the Pitt Artist Pen underlines the respective properties of the paper. Whichever paper you decide to use, the India ink pens demonstrate very good ink flow on all surfaces. A further major advantage of Indian ink is that it does not bleed through the paper.
DRYING TIMEFaber-Castell PITT Pens dry quickly, so you're less likely to smear your work. Keep in mind that the absorbency of the paper you're using has a big impact on the drying time. Use less absorbent paper to give yourself more time if you want to intentionally smudge your ink to soften a line or simulate movement.
The Pitt Artist Pen's body is made of a durable plastic material. The colors of the pen are clearly distinguishable since the barrel color matches the ink color. Every Pitt Artist pen comes with a snap-on cap, and the top cap indicates the type of tip. It's really stunning how simple yet classy the design is.
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