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Pentel

Aquash Water Brush

Possibly my favourite Water Brush.

This guide is not sponsored. It is based on my own experiences with the products.

The water brushes are unique in the way that you can fill them with water or ink directly and start lettering. There is a lot of different Water Brush sets available, but I find Pentel Aquash Water Brush to fit me really well.

Pentel Aquash Water Brush goes really well in my hand, nice and steady. The water reservoir is designed so that the pens won’t roll of your table which I greatly appreciate. If you have one that rolls around you can risk leaving drops of water or ink around on your table (or floor!). Aquash Water Brush also comes with three different size tips, personally the medium tip is my favourite.

Lastly, the tips of Pentel’s Aquash Water Brush are perfect for lettering in my opinion. Flexible and smooth, for good contrasts, even and beautiful strokes.

Artwork created with the Aquash Water Brush

Here’s a few examples of some of the lettering I created with the Pentel Aquash Water Brush.

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