fine line paint pen (demo)

art journal cover by Regina Lord

I found this cool little paint pen tool (through Dana– thank you very much!!) and have been having so much fun with it.

It looks like this:

loew cornell paint pen

Cool, eh?

art journal page by Regina Lord

I made a little demo of me using this awesome pen.


Once I was done with my video, I played a bit more with my pen using the white ink and adding a flowery vine all around.

art journal page by Regina Lord


*use thin fluid acrylic paints or acrylic ink when using on an acrylic background.
*regular paint can be thinned with water or a thinning medium.
*works well on plain paper with regular ink or acrylic paints and inks
*use a wet towel (wipe or stay-wet palette) to help flow/unclog during painting process.
*clean immediately after use. Don’t allow paint to dry within the nub.
*clean with water in a cup or running faucet. Deep clean with alcohol wipe and cleaning needle tool.

Anyone else played with this tool? Please share your tips, experience. Would love to hear.

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3 Responses to fine line paint pen (demo)

  1. rebecca says:

    Thank you for posting! I bought a set of Rapidograph pens many years ago- excited because there was a super fine nib. Unfortunately they dry up and clog almost immediately. I settled for Micron pens and love them but always feel guilty about the inability to recycle. This is great and so easy to switch between colors!

  2. sperlygirl says:

    I am completely fascinated now, thanks for sharing both your finds. Am going to add to my wish list. 🙂 Grazie mille

  3. Sandy says:

    Hi Regina! I just love, love, love, love your art. It makes me smile all over. That ink pen looks like fun.

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