The Montana 0.1mm Sketchliner is the perfect all round drawing companion for all your accurate line marking needs. Within the attractive transparent packaging lies a fine black liner marker. The sketchliner comes in varying sizes from 01mm to 08mm. The range of pens are perfect for fine, lose or detailed work, you can get as accurate or as free as you want.
The Montana Sketchliners make drawing, line work, illustration or even just writing notes aesthetic, fun and creative. Containing acid-free black pigment ink in an alcohol base, these prestigious markers are made in Japan which is one of the corner stones for pen and ink tradition and technology worldwide. Waterproof & photocopy safe the Montana Sketchliner markers are certified with the AP-Mark seal of quality delivering pure black color. Complementing the ink’s delivery is the durable and strong synthetic nib which is resistant to breaking or fringing.
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