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The pen with a hidden surprise
These pens are wild fun! Most people don’t know the way they behave with water and a brush- secret tips + tricks! You can find some great videos online using them this way. I just made a silly mini demo video messing around doodling with them so you can see what they can do.
Elegant Writer calligraphy pens are acid free and water based. They come in many tips sizes and even colors. Crisp chisel points for lettering but also super fun to draw and even paint with. Sketch out things before you paint or make beautiful handwritten letters and cards- so many options! I sometimes use them to sketch out a painting idea and do quick water sketches with them to see if I want to put something to canvas or not.
These pens are $1.95 each or $7.45 for the 4 pack. We have all the sizes and some colors in stock. We have tons of calligraphy pens and a newly remodeled section where they all live. Nothing is quite like these pens though. They’re one of a kind, and wild. They often remind me of those old ink-in-a-bottle pencils with their soluable lines of blue tones and the delicious inky washes you can do with them.
Elegant writers are surprisingly fun and they make an easy tool to loosen up with. Sometimes I use them to warm up and get my creative juices flowing for other projects. Have you ever tried them? What do you think about them?
Here's some goofy videos I made playing around with them to show you some of the wild affects these pens have. They are so fun to work with in this way.
11/23/2021 07:29:16 am
Love this! The paper looked dry when you put down the black lines - they “stayed.” But it looks wet when you added the blue - ? How did you do that? Or is the blue pen that watery?
11/23/2021 07:44:11 am
The paper was dry, and the pens are black that I was using. The water rush I used is just filled with water so it was making it wet. The pens turn that wild blue when wet.
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