Today I’m sharing a few brush pens that aren’t as commonly used by lettering artists. I’ll be demonstrating some modern calligraphy (aka hand lettering) using each of these unique brush pens.
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Marvy Unchida Le Pen Flex
The Lepen Flex is a new brush pen product from this brand and is similar to the ColorIn markers you often see me using. They come in lovely colors and the brush tip is very small and soft. This pen is similar looking and named to another product that they have so make sure what you’re purchasing is the “Flex” if this is the one you want.
Sharpie Brush Pens
Sharpie has a few products that can be used for brush lettering but many of them aren’t designed for hand lettering. The Sharpie Brush Pens, however, come in a big pack of colors and the tip feels somewhat unique to me. It’s very thin and bouncy which I am a huge fan of!
Fibralo Brush Pens
I recently shared the Fibralo Brush Pens in a recent pen haul but I wanted to point it out here after I recently saw someone using it. This brush pen tip is really bouncy and great for creating that bouncy style of lettering. It feels like that really great in-between size brush pen tip – not too large or too small. This pen is good for writing small or doing large lettering as well.
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