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Staedtler Pigment Liner Bonus Sketch, Set of 6 Liners, (308SB6P)

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  • “The ink of the Staedtler Pigment Liners is not as dark as some other disposable pigment pens such as the or Rotring Tikky Graphic fine liners (these will be coming to Jackson’s soon). The nib sizes tend to be half a size bigger than stated on the barrel compared to the two above. Either that or the nibs are softer and so spread out more with pressure. The consistency of line also can be less uniform so I often have to go back over the lines in my work.
    I like to use them sometimes when I want a line between a 0.2 and 0.3 for example. Or if I want a softer nib or a greyer line. The barrel also feels a bit thinner to hold than the other two with a slight texture so some people might like that.”


    Overall, I am very pleased with the Staedtler pigment liners and just to note that they uses archival ink, so that’s another bonus to get this great set of pen, especially if you are using them for drawing purposes.

  • This pen is hands down my favorite drawing pen of all time. I have gone through more Staedtler Pigment Liners than any other drawing pen I’ve used. While similar in aesthetics and design to the Sakura Pigma Micron, the Pigment Liner has a couple of features that I personally appreciate more. The first feature being the body. While the materials used to crate both pens are pretty much the same, the Staedtler Pigment Liner just feels better in the hand. I attribute it to the textured feeling of the barrel that hints at a solidly constructed pen, instead of the feeling of plastic on the Pigma Micron. To me, it just feels better. Remember that this is simply my opinion and I personally enjoy feel of the Pigment Liner. I leave it to you, dear readers, to try both and form your own opinion.

    At a similar price to the Staedtler Pigment Liner, and with similar features – 5 tip sizes, waterproof and with lightfast ink – it is a matter of personal preference which you prefer: whilst the Staedtler Pigment Liner is great for a fine line, the Uni Pin is faultlessly consistent and with blacker ink.

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    In 1853, founded Johann Sebastian STAEDTLER pencil manufacturing plants in Germany Nuremberg was the first step.
    Is the quality and design expertise from students, generally until the user is an international brand is currently sold in more than 100 countries, received high praise.
    Design sketch: STAEDTLER pigment liner

    It is a drawing pen STAEDTLER pigment liner.

    In precision polishing pen, the nib is the light touch can be written to smooth.
    Ultra black water-based pigment-based ink draw a thick black, has excellent water resistance after drying, colour fast, in-9 pens, from drafting and design comics General writing up multipurpose available.

    -Ink color: black
    -Material: axis of PP / CAP, PE / pen core POM
    -Size: 12.8 x 135 x 10.5 mm
    -Weight: 8 g

    * Please note: darkness is unchanged over the pressure, will cause rather damage the pen tip so please draw with a light touch.


  • Staedtler Pigment Liner

    DETAILS
    The Pigment Liner is a fine line pen for writing; sketching; and drawing. It features a long metal tip that is ideal for use with rulers; templates; etc. The pen"s pigment ink is indelible; lightfast; and waterproof. It"s also erasable when used on tracing paper and won"t bleed when highlighted. The pen has a metal clip for easy carry and a sturdy plastic barrel for long service life.

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    “The ink of the Staedtler Pigment Liners is not as dark as some other disposable pigment pens such as the or Rotring Tikky Graphic fine liners (these will be coming to Jackson’s soon). The nib sizes tend to be half a size bigger than stated on the barrel compared to the two above. Either that or the nibs are softer and so spread out more with pressure. The consistency of line also can be less uniform so I often have to go back over the lines in my work.
    I like to use them sometimes when I want a line between a 0.2 and 0.3 for example. Or if I want a softer nib or a greyer line. The barrel also feels a bit thinner to hold than the other two with a slight texture so some people might like that.”

Staedtler Pigment Liners - BLICK art materials

With his trusty black 0.05 Staedtler pigment liner pen in hand, Virginia-based artist Ben Sack illustrates sprawling cityscapes with obsessive detail. It’s not uncommon for Sack, who we first learned about Sploid, to use dozens of pens to create his astounding works, which take months to complete. Even more mind-boggling are some of the large sizes of his drawings, especially when considering the intricate layouts. “I can credit patience and a debilitating love for history and architecture,” Sack tells one commenter on his . The drawings reveal familiar buildings, bridges, and other architectural details, most with a European flair, but they are not unlike fantastical realms described in science fiction novels. Get lost in Sack’s inky megacities in our gallery. Visit the to purchase of his work.