Check out this mini masterclass with Grace Myhre of the Tombow Design Team, as she walks us through all things Tombow.
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
- How to store your Tombow pens
- How to avoid fraying
- What the difference is between small and big pens
- What pens to start with
- How to use Tombow markers and pens
- How to use Tombow ABTPro pens
Key takeaways from this lesson:
- Storing your Tombow pens correctly will really help extend the life of them.
- Dual brush pens can be stored horizontally or vertically.
- Alcohol-based markers need to be stored horizontally.
- Smooth paper preserves your pen’s tip from fraying.
- Hard-tipped pens are better for beginners.
- When pairing pens for layering, you don’t want to use two water-based pens together because the inks will smear.
Tools used in this video:
- Tombow Desk Stand
- Tombow Accordion Case
- Tombow Marker Zip Case
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens
- Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens
- Tombow TwinTone Markers
- Tombow ABT Pro
Resources we mentioned:
- Liked the lesson? Find Grace on Instagram!
- Visit Grace’s website
- Checkout out Tombow’s blog
- What Paper to Use for Calligraphy
Like this episode?! I’d be SO GRATEFUL if you’d leave a comment on the video!
Very helpful. But I have found some Towbow pens don’t flow very well when new! Hoping for a way to solve this problem.
How funny! I am currently taking your “Show Me Your Drills” course and had just googled how I needed to store my pens. I should have known you would have a blog on it as well! Thanks much!
I wish I could just take a day or two and watch each and every bloomin’ video on this site. I don’t have to eat, or clean up, just watch all day. Very useful to me and my relaunching the calligraphy skills I used to have. Oh yeah, very useful. Thank you!
Actually, YOU are correct with your pronunciation of fudenosuk-AY, not EE! At least that’s the correct Japanese pronunciation.