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Offline Ken Fraser

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Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Fountain Pen
« on: March 09, 2020, 07:18:35 PM »
As regards general writing quality and fineness of hairlines, can anyone say how the Tombow Fudenosuke soft Brush Pen compares with the Fountain Pen version?

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Re: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Fountain Pen
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2020, 01:03:20 PM »
Hi! The Tombow Fudenosuke has a felt tip pen like a marker and the Fountain Pen is dippable. Hopefully that helps
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Re: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Fountain Pen
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2023, 05:03:05 AM »
As regards general writing quality and fineness of hairlines, can anyone say how the Tombow Fudenosuke soft Brush Pen compares with the Fountain Pen version?

Ken

Hi,

When it comes to the general writing quality and fineness of hairlines, the Tombow Fudenosuke Soft Brush Pen and Fountain Pen versions have some key differences worth noting.

First, let's start with the Tombow Fudenosuke Soft Brush Pen. This pen is known for its soft brush tip, which allows for a range of line thicknesses depending on the amount of pressure applied. The brush tip is also very flexible, making it easy to create a variety of strokes and achieve a calligraphy-like effect. In terms of writing quality, the Tombow Fudenosuke Soft Brush Pen is excellent for lettering, sketching, and drawing.

On the other hand, the Fountain Pen version of the Tombow Fudenosuke has a firm nib, which creates a more consistent line width than the Soft Brush Pen. The nib is also less flexible than the brush tip, which can make it easier to control for precise writing. However, it is worth noting that the Fountain Pen version may not be as suitable for calligraphy or lettering as the Soft Brush Pen.

When it comes to fineness of hairlines, both pens have their strengths. The Soft Brush Pen can create very fine hairlines with a light touch, but can also produce thicker lines with more pressure. The Fountain Pen version has a consistently fine line width that can be ideal for writing or drawing with a high level of detail.

Overall, the choice between the Tombow Fudenosuke Soft Brush Pen and Fountain Pen version depends on your specific needs and preferences. If you are looking for a pen that can create a variety of line widths and is great for calligraphy and lettering, the Soft Brush Pen may be the way to go. If you prefer a pen with a consistently fine line width and greater control for precise writing, the Fountain Pen version may be the better choice.

Hope it helps!
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