Tips and Reasons on Why Micron Pens Are the Best to Draw With
Reasons, Tips, And Tricks
Intro to the history of Sakura Micron Pens
The company was initially founded as a crayons manufacturer in 1921. By 1924, Sakura invented the first-ever oil pastel that combined oil and pigment, which was patented globally as the "Cray-pas (クレパス)" trademark. ... In 1984 Sakura invented the first gel-based ink, featured in its new ballpoint pens lines
Micron Pens Of All Sizes
Pigma ink, invented by Sakura over 25 years ago, continues to be the most reliable permanent ink on the market today. Artists, consumers, the government, and scientists consider Pigma Micron a necessary basic tool for any archival-quality, handwritten project.
Sakura Pigma Micron Pen
Sakura Pigma Micron Pen. ... Pigma Micron pens are acid-free and archival, making them ideal for papercrafts, journals, illustration, crafts, or any application requiring precision and permanence. Unlike dye-based ink found in most pens and markers, Pigma ink will not feather or bleed, even through the thinnest paper.
Microns Are Waterproof
Waterproof quick drying inks add to Micron pens that are also UV and fade resistant. The Nib tip will always stay moist with ink, cover the thinnest papers, and not bleed through it at all. I have worked on many different types of paper and microns have always been the choice for inking an idea as a final medium.
Trying out other textures can easily be applied to your mediums with the Micron pen. Different size Microns can make different textures or help fill in other textures. This will help you create the artwork you have always desired to make.
Example Micron Drawing
The Zip-Lock baggie will help the shelf life of your Sakura Micron pens. It will help the nib stay moist and your Microns all accounted for. Instead of Ink pens jumbling around your tote bag; now, they are secure in a bag in case one burst open.
Sakura Micron Pens Are Archival
Sakura Micron pens are archival. "Whats archival?" you may be asking. Archival means they are a permanent up to the highest of artistic quality ink that will last forever. The use of this ink adds great value to any illustrations and original designs. Highly sought after by collectors and art enthusiasts.
They Look Good Too!
The best part of the Sakura Micron Pen is the level of precision it brings to the quality of your work. Smooth ink drying on a paper surface as you sip on your coffee and enjoy your art session.