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Copic Marker

Copic Marker 11788150-00001 Multi Liner Sp 0.5

4.3
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  • 10 replaceable nib sizes available for black sp and 2 replaceable nib sizes for color sp
  • Ink cartridges pop out for easy replacement
  • Aluminum bodied pens are professional quality

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Customer Reviews

Good with fresh refill sometimes dry out fastPro: refillable, replaceable tips with separate tool. Con: Metal barrel of pens can be crushed under foot if careless.5My new favorite drawing tool!I spent years using [a popular brand of felt-tip drawing] pen and thinking I was satisfied. I recently discovered to my dismay that once some of my original work ended up in the wild, they ink would smear if it was touched just right (greeting cards and whatnot). Waterproof and archival pen ink that smears? And this is a product I've somehow trusted for many, many years? I found that very frustrating.So, I went on a quest to find a replacement. A long time ago I had the privilege of using Rapidograph pens and loved the line they put down . . . but hated the mess and maintenance. I thought, surely there has to be a pen that's the best of both worlds: the quality line of Rapidographs with the ease-of-use of felt-tips; not to mention, a good balance on cost.Someone pointed me in the direction of Copic Multiliner SP's. I was hesitant to drop $8~$10 on one pen, but when I saw the relatively inexpensive replacement parts of this product--equaling savings and reduced waste over time, since I wouldn't be buying a whole new pen and tossing the old one every time--I decided to take the plunge.Once the pen arrived, I knew I'd made the right choice. Not only did the pen look amazing in real life, it fit in my hand like it was custom made for it. Gone was the light, plastic feeling of my old pen-of-choice. Instead, I get a nice-to-the-touch aluminum barrel that's not too light or to heavy.Then came the major test . . . how well does it actually work? The ink came out fast and fluid and put down a wonderful line that exceeded my expectations and needs. And just for fun, I ran water from the faucet all over the page for awhile and the ink stayed put! I rubbed it with my fingers (a LOT) and it still stayed in place. It would take destroying the actual paper to ever get the ink to come off.Bottom-line: It passed the drawing test, the waterproof test, and as a bonus, it was a joy just to hold. This pen is amazing and I want it in every size now.5Ink is great. Tip wears out.The ink is great. The tip wears out after a quick test of the pen. It's possible you use super smooth paper which will be kinder to the felt, but for me this tip was pointless. Sure it gives a little bit of line variation, but no fine or really medium lines.3Best brush pen in the U.S.I've tried a number of brush pens and this is my favorite so far. In Japan, Copic is probably the most popular of the "big brands" for drawing and inking manga comics. The ink is by far the blackest of any I've tried, and is (mostly) waterproof. The brush tip is nothing special but it works well enough. Supposedly the tip is replaceable, but I haven't tried it; when the tip starts to get rough you're probably better off just replacing the whole pen and keeping the old one around for some unique effects (try roughing it up a little with some sandpaper!). The matte aluminum feels nice, and the heft isn't bad, though I wish it was just a tiny bit heavier or longer.If you're looking for a water-soluble brush for nice gradated tones, I recommend the Tombow Dual Brush Pen, Black (66621), which is available in many colors but I recommend the black and sepia. Alternatively, you could fill a water brush like the Yasutomo Niji Waterbrush, Small with water-soluble ink and water; this is what I prefer to use but it's a little messy so you have to be careful. For rich blacks, however, stick with this Copic Multiliner.Some artists I know have found brush pens at art stores or conventions in Japan that they like more than these, but they are only available there or from independent importers in the U.S., and when I ask, they can never remember the brand names. For convenience and price, stick with the Copic, be happy, and make some great art!5It's best to pair this marker with the right paper.I really like the quality of the pen. It made of metal and not cheap plastic. I love the ability to go from hairline to thick line variances. It's best if used with paper specifically designed for markers.5Felt tip frays, ink not dark enoughWhile this pen started out great, it did not hold up well over time. It's a felt tip, which inevitably it's going to fray and lose it's ability to make fine lines (which is what I intended it to be used for), but it also began losing it's color alarmingly fast. I was surprised how light the blacm ink dried and how streaky it got after only a few days of use. I ended up purchasing the pentel brush pen and I've already repurchased 2 packs of refills to keep me stocked as long as I need them. The ink cartridges (though smaller) last MUCH longer and remain opaque until the cartridge is empty!2Works well for letteringI use this brush for hand lettering. Compared to my Tombow Fude pen, the Copic Multiliner is a little harder to control in terms of adjusting the widths, but the bold lines are very attractive. Maybe not ideal for script-style handwriting though. This pen is far more brush-like, so I treat it similarly to how I might use an actual brush, pulling the pen downward rather than pushing it up, which I find helps create a better finished product. The ink dries very fast, and seems to be waterproof once dry. It doesn't bleed through the paper I've been working with either. I'm very pleased to have a new brush that will give me a different style for future lettering projects.5BUY IT! Its worth it!!This is an awesome pen, it feels great and writes beautifully. I color with Copic markers and this pen does its job and doesn't smudge when I go over it with Copic markers. This nib was the perfect size for me it's not too thick and it's not too thin. The pen came in really fast and was worth every single penny.5Horrible shipping times!Copic SP'S are top notch Professional markers! But shipping from these ppl is awful!1Fast delivery - right productBought a Copic Marker Multi Liner Sp 0.5 arrived with no issues a few days before the expected date.5
Copic Marker 11788150-00001 Multi Liner Sp 0.5

Copic Marker 11788150-00001 Multi Liner Sp 0.5

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€43,00
Sale price
€43,00
Regular price
€70,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€27,00)