Brush & Ink Recommendations

These are some of my favourite brush pens and inks that I use regularly!

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Stationery Island Aqua brush pen

These are the ones I use in my workshops! They're great to use with inks, watercolours and gouache.


Winsor & Newton Black Indian Ink

This the ink I use in my workshops. It has a lovely opaque finish but can also be watered down.

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Tombow Brush Pen Duel Tip

A flexible brush which is perfect for beginners. Lots of colours available and they're great for blending.

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Tombow Fudenosuke Hard Brush Pen

A small brush pen perfect for beginners who like to work at a smaller scale.

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Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen (brush)

A small brush pen which comes in some lovely colours and gives a nice finish on the brush strokes.

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Ecoline Brush Pens

& Watercolour Inks

Gorgeous colours and both the brushes and inks are blendable

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Artline Stix Brush Markers

These look like felt tips and originally made for kids... They are great! They have a stiffer brush so good for beginners and can give an ombré effect

Dr. Ph. Martin's Bleedproof White

The best white ink there is. It's a thick ink but when you add water, it can thins down to whatever consistency you need. Perfect for brush lettering or to use with a nib. Beautiful opaque finish. Works on many surfaces.