Welcome to Day 13 of Inktoberfest featuring Nuvo Brush Script Pens, a month long education and inspiration festival on all things ink! It’s Justine and I’m here to show you some ways you can use Brush Script Pens from Nuvo! They are great for brush lettering, watercolour, and standard colouring and come in 15 beautiful colours.
About Nuvo Brush Pens
Available in five sets of three, the Nuvo Brush Script Pens are divided into carefully selected colour combinations to addvibrant detail to your paper crafting project. These water-based pens feature a brilliant flexible brush tip, enabling you to draw different line thicknesses in one stroke. The addition of water can diffuse and seamlessly blend the colours, leading to a range of subtle tones and refined finishes.
- Large range of vibrant colours
- Fine detail flexible brush nib
- Available in packs of 3
- Add water to diffuse and blend colours
- Perfect for colouring detailed stamps
- Metal clip for easy storage
The Nuvo Brush Script pens are really great for getting into tiny areas of stamps – especially stamps like mandalas for collages of various images. I chose, for this card, to partially colour some of the details to add a pop of colour without it being too overwhelming.
You can also see the difference when applying water to the pens. For the vibrant card, I applied marker directly to the watercolour cardstock. Then, I went over the colour and blended with my Aqua Flow Pen. For the pastel card, I applied the markers to my Tim Holtz Glass Mat and picked them up with the Aqua Flow pen and painted.
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