Pentel Art & Sketching Pens
|Check out our Drawing and design pens from Pentel. We have the excellent S570 Ultra Fineliner, perfect for precise, detailed drawing. We also have the unique Fountain Pentel, with it's 'Delta Nib' it can create all kinds of calligraphic effects.|
Derwent Graphik Line Maker Pens
Brand new from Derwent, these Graphik sketching pens have high quality nibs manufactured in Japan with water based, pigment ink. Available in traditional black and sepia they also come in a great graphite grey. A great new addition to the Derwent fold!
Staedtler Pigment Liners
|The Staedtler Pigment Liners are top quality fineliner pens. They have indelible, waterproof ink which is also lightfast although they are eraseable when used on drawing film. Their long metal tip makes them ideal for use with templates and rulers. |
Staedtler Lumocolor Pens
|Staedtler Lumocolor Pens are quite marvellous universal markers which comes in both permanent and non-permanent ink. Both have super strong nibs and can mark almost any surface. They come in 8 super vibrant colours and with the choice of Superfine, Fine, Medium and Broad nibs there should be enough variety for any pen lover. |
Staedtler Triplus Fineliner
|Staedtler Triplus Fineliners are specifically designed for easy drawing and writing. The ergonomic triangular barrel has a textured surface which sits easily in the hand. The superfine, metal-clad tip gives a smooth line, approx. 0.3mm wide. Water based ink means they can be washed out of most textiles and the 48 colours have a drysafe technology which means that uncapped pens will not dry up for several days. |
Pentel Pointliner Pens
|Pentel have been manufacturing pens for nearly 80 years and every bit of their experience has gone into their Pointliner Sketching Pens. Available in five nib sizes of 0.05mm, 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 and 0.8 the pens deliver water resistant, black ink reliably and smoothly, making them excellent for watercolours or dye ink products.|
Tom Norton's Walnut Ink
Tom started developing his ink in a Massachusetts basemen tin 1995. His aim was to reproduce the sepia colour seen in many of the Old Masters works, which bordered the line between ink and paint. The ink used in these compositions didnít start sepia but faded from black over time.
Tomís aim was to achieve the walnut colour without the aging process and this is why his product is so named, not because it actually contains the nut. Unlike genuine walnut ink Tomís formula is non-acidic and has high levels of lightfastness, so it will not fade.
Copic Multiliner & Copic Multiliner SP
The Copic Multiliner is a fantastic tool for outlining or linedrawing. The ink is water and alcohol resistant making them perfect for usewith Copic marker inks. The line will remain sharp and not bleed. The pens areavailable in different colours and nib sizes .
The Copic Multiliner SP has all the benefits of the original Multiliner, butthe pens are refillable. Same great non-bleed ink and sharp outlining qualitiesbut with replacement cartridges and nibs, so even more reason to get an alreadyoutstanding drawing tool!