Draw and write with a Brause Rose nib in our Pump Pen.
Use any ink or paint, even India ink or acrylic paint
Slip the nib in and out easily
Also use the Zebra Manga G or our Sketch nib
Select your feed flow rate below
Large capacity cartridge - draw all day and don't worry about running out
Screw-on cap and body prevent leakage
Our Pump Pen is ideal for encouraging the flow of ink or paint. This is especially useful when you want to:
Kick start the flow for a new nib
Ink in large areas, such as backgrounds and backgrounds
Force more ink or paint for a surge when you want to draw more quickly, flex back nibs or work with quill nibs where the ink flows through the nib tube
Work with thicker inks and paints that don't flow easily
About the overfeed
The overfeed extends the width and range of lines you can draw. It rests above the nib, stores more ink between the nib and overfeed, and lets you draw wider lines for a longer time. Read more about our overfeeds.
You can replace the overfeed with a spacer when you don't want to use the overfeed. Slip overfeeds and spacers in and out.
About the reservoir
You can double the volume of ink or paint stored in the pen by removing the reservoir and filling the body. The reservoir provides a double wall of protection, which might be what you want, but you can carry more volume without the reservoir.
Note: This pen is slightly more expensive than other large nib Pump Pens because of the higher cost for the Brause Rose nib.
Standard flow feed works with most popular drawing inks and paints including Golden Hi-Flow Acrylic
Rich flow feed works with thicker inks and paints, especially traditional India inks and acrylic paint
If you don't select the Rich flow feed, we ship the Standard flow feed, which works with most popular inks and paints. If you find this feed does not suit your needs, you can buy the Rich flow feed and switch between the two.
Other nibs you can use
Slip in the Zebra Manga G, our Sketch nibs, most other Brause nibs, some Osmiroid nibs, and selected Hunt nibs including the 22B, 56 and 101