Sakura Pigma Manga Comic Pro Set

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SK50201
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 08 hours and 15 minutes!

Quick Overview

When accuracy, minute details, and preservation count, the unparalleled archival quality of Pigma Micron Pens makes them everyone's first choice. The Pigma Manga-Comic Pro Sketching and Inking Set includes the the most popular sizes used by the industry pros.
$16.39
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When accuracy, minute details, and preservation count, the unparalleled archival quality of Pigma Micron Pens makes them everyone's first choice. Artist, writers and illustrators alike reach for Pigma Micron and know their work is safeguarded with the permanence of Pigma Ink. The first disposable technical pen using archival pigmented ink, Pigma Micron Ink pen is great for fine point technical and artistic applications.

Manga Comic Pro Set, 6 Pieces - This sketching and inking set comes with the most popular sizes used by the industry pro including a Pigma Micron pen each of .005, .03 and .08, one 1 mm Pigma Graphic Pen, and one 0.7 Pigma Graphic Pen, 1 Pigma Brush Pen (black) and one 0.7mm fixed sleeve mechanical pencil.

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Brand Sakura
Series Pigma Manga-Comic Pro
Color Black
Color Family Black
No. 50201

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