Fineliner with pigment ink as single markers in different line widths.
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Those who gain a deeper inside into the subject of visual sketch notes, cannot avoid using the black fineliners in graded line width. Only in this way you can reach a perfect interaction of line width for outlines, shadings and markings. To highlight our work with different colours, we have decided to use a permanent ink which a traditional German manufacturer produces exclusively for us.
Available in 4 different line widths:
- 0.1 mm
- 0.3 mm
- 0.5 mm
- 0.7 mm
Black, permanent, non-fading ink for writing, sketching and drawing,
airplane-safe, erasable on transparent sheets,
CAP OFFcan be left open for 18h without getting dry,
metal-clad synthetic nib, non-refillable.
Fineliner, line width: 0.1 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm and 0.7 mm.
The 0.3 works for me as a charm. Thinking about getting the 0.1 as well.
It might be interesting to have these format/sizes with an ink that doesn't get markers dirty when adding colour.
And please make them refillable!
All is great, but...
I'm still very upset that such a wonderful marker is not reusable.
I think you should raise the price of ink, but revise the product and allow it to be filled.
This is much easier than ordering each time markers in countries of the 3rd world.
Excellent but nib used rapidly
I'm doing sketchnoting and mind mappind on rather small papers, so the 0.1mm SketchOne is really great for this, also the colour does not smear. However, even though iI'm NOT a heavy pressure writer, the nib is disappearing very rapidly, probably even before the ink runs out ..... at least for the 0,1mm one. It's also a pity that the SketchOnes are not refillable
great for Sketchnoting
I have bought the 0.1mm for Sketchnoting. I finally find it probably too fine, but as I like to write small it is great to add detail; however the next time I will go probably for the 0.3mm one, which will probably become my main sketchnoting marker.
The ink is a good saturated black, and does not smudge when drawing over with a fineOne art nib. However it does smudge when using something like a FABER CASTEL PITT artist pen (I tried with the yellow one), I guess because these are not water based.
It is just a pity that these are not refillable, as other wise they could become my main writing marker