Faber-Castell PITT Artist Big Brush Pen Set, Wallet of 4 Skin Tones

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Faber-Castell Pitt Big Brush pen is the only art marker for artists featuring a big brush tip and India ink!

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PITT® Big Brush pens are brush markers that offer artists the benefits of India Ink while working in large formats.

All Faber-Castell graphic art supplies use a unique color matching system that makes mixing and matching colors across media easier.

PITT® brush pens are used by artists worldwide for:

    illustrations fashion design life drawings portraits sequential art canvas painting

Pitt Big Brush Pen Features

  1. Modern artist pen nib design is durable and allows you to create broad, medium or narrow strokes with an even application of color.
  2. Art marker’s strong big brush tip and ink capacity that is 4x larger than the <link to Pitt Brush Pens>Pitt Brush Pens make creating larger pieces easier.
  3. Pitt Big Brush Pens are available in 48 individual artist pen colors as well as in sets of 4, 12 and 24 art markers India Ink made from high quality pigments to produce superior lightfastness that when dried is smudge proof and waterproof

Benefits of India Ink

India ink offers artists a traditional medium that is:

  • Odorless
  • Acid-free
  • Archival Quality (pH neutral)
  • Permanent
  • Smudge proof
  • Waterproof
  • lightfast

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  • Not very good

    Reviewed on 4/23/2015

    As reviewed by Lindsay M.

    Experience: PROFESSIONAL

    I purchased these markers along with a set of PrismaColors because I felt the PC markers didn't include enough flesh tones. The Faber-Castell skin tone set was pretty disappointing, as far as I'm concerned. The set comes with four brush-tipped markers: off-white, tan, pink and brown. My first issue with these is they're too uneven and streaky, especially with the tan marker. It might be fine for small details, but when it's meant to cover a large area, it turns out looking horrible. It's not quite as bad with the pink and brown markers, and the yellow one is too pale to notice. Also, I don't know where I'd ever use the yellow and pink markers to color skin. Nobody's skin is that color, and the image on the box I got showed nice blended colors. I don't think these markers blend, unless Faber-Castell offers a blender marker that I don't know about. I haven't tried these on marker paper yet, but on regular paper, the ink just soaks right in and damages the paper pretty quickly if you color over the same area more than once. In addition, these do not play well with other markers. I tried combining them with my PrismaColor markers and they turned out looking awful. I do like how these markers handle; easy to use and the tips don't cave under normal pressure like some brush-tipped markers. However, this one upside doesn't make up for all the downsides. If you're looking for skin tones, I suggest buying individual markers instead of buying this set. However, don't let my review taint your opinion of Faber-Castell products, as I have their four-piece drawing pen set and I love it. These markers are just garbage. PrismaColor or Copic markers would be considerably better, and Copic makes a skin tone set too.

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