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This is a free PDF colour chart that I made for the Tombow Dual Brush Pen 108 set, which includes the new colours. It is A4 size, but can also be printed on letter size paper.

This is a free PDF colour chart that I made for the Tombow Dual Brush Pen 108 set, which includes the new colours. It is A4 size, but can also be printed on letter size paper.

More Brush Lettering Blending with Tombow Markers (Answers to your questions)

Happy Tuesday! After last week’s Letter Tuesday video, I received some questions about blending with Tombow markers. I thought I would do another lettering project using Tombow markers so I could answer some questions. Plus, I’m sort of in love with this fun way to practice lettering. :) Like last week, I used watercolor paper.

Tombow ABT dual tip brush pen individual colours

The dyed ink of the Tombow dual tip brush pens is ideal for blending. The odorless ink does not bleed through paper and is easy to clean. The dual tip makes this a most versatile pen for any artistic requirement. See the Tombow ABT brochure here. See full colour chart at the bottom of this page. Also available in assortment sets here.

Tombow Color Chart (+ Printable to track your 108 or 96 dual brush pens)

How to track your Tombows Dual Brush Pens. Organize your pens with a free printable Tombow Color Chart for both 96 and 108 pen sets.

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organize your Tombow Dual Brush Pens & Learn what those numbers on the side of each marker mean! @tombowusa @studio.katie

How to Organize Your Tombow Dual Brush Pens + What those numbers on the side mean: Let’s say you’ve recently gotten the big pack of Tombow Dual Brush Pens, how do you organize them? I’ve had mine for a while, but I just got a replacement set (perks of being a part of the design team.) and wanted to do show you how I organized them! Color Designation Numbers: First let’