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completely water and light proof. You should have no problems. Good luck!
By vernon robinson on 04 December 2014
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Hi Ollie,
The sizes of these fineliners are as follows;
Sizes: S (0.3mm, F (0.5mm), M (0.7mm) and B (1.5mm).… see more
Hi Ollie,
The sizes of these fineliners are as follows;
Sizes: S (0.3mm, F (0.5mm), M (0.7mm) and B (1.5mm).
Kind Regards
Amy
Cowling & Wilcox see less
Hi Ollie,
The sizes of these fineliners are as follows;
Sizes: S (0.3mm, F (0.5mm), M (0.7mm) and B (1.5mm).
Kind Regards
Amy
Cowling & Wilcox

By Cowling & Wilcox SELLER on 21 June 2017
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These have sturdy nibs, I use them for outlining. Haven't had them long so can't answer how lasting they are but I would definitely recommend.
By beki on 10 September 2017
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Yes, although the ink will be difficult to remove if doing heavy artwork, also I'm not sure of the ingredients contained in the ink & therefore couldn't say wether doing art on hands with these would be safe. However these are top quality pens, & perfect for sketch drawings & detailed artwork & fine writing...
By Paul Moore on 23 March 2016
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They range from about 2mm up to about 6 mm but it should say in description
By rugby james on 18 August 2015
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No, I wouldn't use these. Try searching for Posca Pens, about 1mm
By David A. Hardy on 18 August 2015
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As long the pad is a heavy weight paper, the ink should not seep through.
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Megan… see more
As long the pad is a heavy weight paper, the ink should not seep through.
Kind Regards
Megan
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As long the pad is a heavy weight paper, the ink should not seep through.
Kind Regards
Megan
Cowling & Wilcox

By Cowling & Wilcox SELLER on 06 January 2017
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i dont think they would bleed through your paper as they are not a really wet pen
By smithyem32 on 12 January 2017
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Hello Linda,
Yes I would say for paper only. They are very fine pens and I think would only be absorbed by the very fine porous surface on paper. For the type of work you are doing could I suggest you visit ' Axminster Tools'. They have a very large range of 'wood' related tools and everything you could wish for,… see more
Hello Linda,
Yes I would say for paper only. They are very fine pens and I think would only be absorbed by the very fine porous surface on paper. For the type of work you are doing could I suggest you visit ' Axminster Tools'. They have a very large range of 'wood' related tools and everything you could wish for, to be used with 'wood'. Regards, Debbs see less
Hello Linda,
Yes I would say for paper only. They are very fine pens and I think would only be absorbed by the very fine porous surface on paper. For the type of work you are doing could I suggest you visit ' Axminster Tools'. They have a very large range of 'wood' related tools and everything you could wish for, to be used with 'wood'. Regards, Debbs

By Debbs on 12 July 2015
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I have not tried using them on glass personally but I'd imagine not. Better using Sharpies as they are made for multiple surfaces.
By Adam Devine on 30 June 2017