Brush pens, real ones with bristles rather than a nib, are not all that common. Most pens labeled as a brush style have a solid pointy nib. They’re very useful and there are lots of ways to be creative with them.
Pentel Sign Pens feature soft bristles, real ones, that are shaped to a precise point which allow you to make a very thin line. With this type of pen increasing and decreasing the pressure applied to the tip results in the line width changing. More pressure means a wider line while less results in a thin one. Once you master that, the sky is the limit!
Supplies For This Video:
Pentel Micro Sign Brush Pens (save 25%, too)
Strathmore Artist Tiles (I used the 6″ x 6″ Bristol style)
Pentel Gel Pens (I used Sparkle Pop)