The pens are a little leaky but that could just be the issue with my article. The shades are vibrant and wonderful. The tip is a bit too soft for beginners but if you've already used harder tip brush pens or just have steady hands then these are perfect for you. The 'dispersion' effect very easily accessible due to the fluid ink. Overall... These pens are perfect for professionals and good-enough for beginners in calligraphy and painting given that they go easy on the tip. Here are some examples-
It’s definitely a value for money product. It colors beautifully if used as a sketch pen. Color is opaque and dark color can be easily used over light color without smudging (ofcourse paper quality matters). For calligraphy/lettering I will say that it’s bit tricky to use till u get a hang of it. Good news is they have two black pens which actually helps you to practice bcoz as a beginners one can easily run out of black after practicing. Attaching my two arts, one for calligraphy and other for simple coloring. Hope it helps. Happy coloring.
Best Brush pens one can ever had. I heard a lot about Tombow brush pens when it comes brush lettering, but Camlin has fulfilled that gap. Plus you can have 24 different shades of color. This is a must buy.
The brush pens are undoubtedly the best at the given price.. can’t compare them to tombow or sharpie or Sakura but still at 350/- for 24 shades is good enough deal for beginners.. Ask your local dealers first, they sell at lower than MRP, which is ₹350..
The one I received was not properly packed, so the corners were all torn and folded .. so I had to return the product..