07 August 2020
5 Amazing ways Creatives have used Tombow ABT Dual Brush Pens
ABT Dual Brush Pens are ideal for colouring, fine art, illustrations, hand lettering / modern calligraphy, doodling, journaling and more! Here, we have selected 5 amazing ways our brush pens have been used by artists and creatives we admire.
This beautiful botanical doodle has been created by illustrator Chloe Turner using just four brush pens. Simple lines and bold marks make for a statement leafy doodle fit for the wall! Discover @chloeturnerdesigns for succulent sketches, pleasant palettes and uplifting typography.
Julia Cusworth designs bold and colourful patterns that showcase the versatile marks that can be created using the ABT Dual Brush Pen and the ABT Pro. In her work, Julia explores the versatile and flexible soft brush-shaped tip of the ABT Dual Brush Pen which is perfect for fine, medium, and bold strokes. We are big fans of the way Julia has added water to blend her colours creating wonderful abstract layers. Visit @juliacusworth to discover her experimental, modern marks.
We love the way calligraphy artist Illyahna Johnson has seamlessly incorporated three colours to create fluid and eye-catching lettering. Hand-Lettering can be a difficult skill to perfect but Illyahna’s effortless style is just so beautiful! Learn more about the art of lettering via @illyboodesigns
We are a little bit obsessed with Jacky Blue’s energetic and fluid fashion illustrations. Jacky’s expressive brush strokes and use of blending emulate the movement of garments so exquisitely. Jacky’s technique is the perfect balance between clean, bold lines and beautifully blended watercolour strokes which flawlessly demonstrates the versatility of the ABT Dual Brush Pen. Check out @jackyblue__ to discover an array of splendid illustrations.
Rebecca Gourlay uses the Lamp Black ABT Dual Brush Pen to create this series of characterful monochrome portraits. The fine tip of the ABT Dual Brush Pen is ideal for the precise lines that are often needed in portraiture. We are huge fans of Rebecca’s technique and style and admire the way she has combined block colour, sketchy marks, and fine, detailed lines to create these distinctive faces. Discover more of her friendly faces here: @rebeccajournal