Pens, Pencils, and Markers…Oh, My! I’m sharing all the details on the pens, pencils, and markers you see in pics and videos of my studio space.
Pens, Pencils, and Markers…Oh, My!
Whenever people see pics of my studio space, I get a lot of questions about all those pretty writing goodies. So I put together a post of my most used Pens, Pencils, and Markers.
This is probably obvious from my photos, but these are all products I actually own, use, and love!
The Pilot Juice Pens are my go to set for my calendars and planners. No bleed-through and oh so many fun colors.
When it comes to gel pens, I opted for this 74 Pack of Sakura Gelly Roll Pens. My grandma loves coloring so I ordered her the same set. She loves and uses it so much, she had to order more of many of the colors!
When it comes to colored pencils, I’m head over heels for the Tombow Irojiten sets.
On the Go Brush Pens
These Pilot Petit3 Brush Pens are tiny and cute and perfect for lettering on the go!
Small-Tipped Brush Pens
The downside is that they don’t come in colors. Which is why I also have this Pentel Fude Brush Pen Set. The tip is about the same size at the Tombow Fude, but comes in fun colors!
Medium-Tipped Brush Pens
I have this 12-piece Koi Coloring Brush Pen Set and really love the medium sized tip, so I actually just ordered the 48-piece set version! I’m a total sucker for the big sets. These are great for blending.
I also have the Kuretake Fudebiyori Brush Pen set, which are ideal for coloring.
Large Brush Pens
It took me several years to complete my Copic Sketch Collection but these alcohol based markers are amazing for blending, coloring, and illustration. For purchasing them individually, I order through JerrysArtarama.com or JetPens.com.
Both the Tombows and Copics in this section are Dual-Tipped Markers.
Watercolor Brush Pens
My favorite paint pens are the Uni-Posca Paint Pens. They’re perfect for art journaling and adding fun details to my lettering.
When it comes to maker storage, I always check the brand’s website FAQs for their storage recommendations. I store all my Copics in a cheap wooden shoe organizer (the white one you see in the pics). The trays on top of that at the Crafter’s Companion Marker Storage Trays.