This amazing bullet-tip pen is filled with masking fluid. Let the fluid dry, then you can paint on top of it. Once the paint is dry, remove the masking fluid with a Rubber Cement PikUp (S199) to reveal the paper color underneath!
Dreaming Dogs ruling pens are designed with the traditional components of the tools already found on the market, with additional new features.
The lightness of the tool and its balance were prioritized, resulting in a comfortable grip and allowing for both fluid and gestural strokes.
Dreaming Dogs ruling pens are crafted in stainless steel with elastic properties, a material that has excellent strength and durability and that does not rust. It is easy to clean and provides lightness, flexibility and accuracy in strokes.
The wooden pen handles are handmade. The assembly of these pens is entirely manual, with the refinement and finishing done one by one to get the perfect fit. Varnish layers waterproof the handle and make the pens more durable and easier to clean.
This powdered ink from Europe has very striking colors. The powders all look about the same, but the mixed ink proves to be warm earthy tones. A little bit goes a long way. Mix in a small, screw-top Dinky Dip: about 1-part powder to 4-parts water. Add more water if too thick, or add more powder if too thin.