Updated: Aug 19
In today’s review post, I’ll be looking at an art and stationery product that I’ve been using for a while now. I use it for both my watercolour projects and for calligraphy when I’m creating a cover or piece for my bullet journal. If you don’t know what that is, or you’re interested in making one for yourselves, check out Bullet Journals – Plain As Jane, you’ll get more information on how to create one there.
Anyway, today’s product is a set of brush pens that I’d bought a few years ago, but I hadn’t maximised my use of them, until recently. Now, however, after reading a few guides, watching a few tutorials and experimenting for myself, I can tell you what I think of these pens.
It’s A Simple Stroke
Ok, so the pens I’m talking about are the Arteza Real Brush Pens that are water-based, instead of alcohol-based. The reason why is so you can use them for watercolour painting as well as calligraphy and other drawings or art purposes. You can get them in a beginner’s pack of 24, or 48, or 96. You can even get them in bundle sets, like the Watercolour sets or the Inkonic bundle, you’ll find on their website.