Watercolor is everywhere right now! Tombow Dual Brush pens are awesome tools for producing watercolor pages in your art journal. Have a look at Torrie’s suggestions and techniques for blending Tombows and beating bleed through!


colored pencils, pastels and paints

I understand Tombows (especially the Double Brush Pens and Fudenosuke pens) are still utilized all the time. Their uses range from hand lettering to planning.

paint brushes, chalk and art pencils

Are you brand-new to art journaling? Or do you just want to integrate more art into your Bullet Journal or planner? Begin with this post covering whatever you ever wished to know about art journaling techniques and supplies.

The Traveler’s design sketch insert I’m using isn’t generally matched for watercolor, however I have a number of techniques to show you. This is basically the same gesso strategy I utilize to include watercolor backgrounds to my Bullet Journal!

sketchbook styled picture

I like using Tombow Dual Brush Pens in my art journal in a couple of different methods. However, today I’m revealing the most convenient way to get going! In the video below, I’ll show you how to develop this charming watercolor effect. You can use the Tombow Dual Brush Pens in your art journal (or planner!). And these pens have no bleed-through on your pages.