I love JetPens. It's Japanese art supply heaven.
They are all Japanese, all the time and let's face it: I don't think anyone makes pens like the Japanese people. The paints above are from the Gansai Tambi line. These are the metallics and I was very happy to find them singly at JetPens.*
I use the Field Notebook everyday. It is small-ish and fits perfectly into my planner. I keep all my notes in there.
Above are the three brush pens I reviewed. I've had the Pentel for some time now, It has a real brush instead of a nib. The Pilot and Sailor were new to me. The Pilot brush nib is firmer than the Sailor. If I had to choose just one, I choose that for a little more control.
The Ballsign pens were a fun surprise. I'll keep them with my handmade cards for writing on dark cardstock with a little color. The best white pen ever is that Uniball Signo Broad. I recently gave a friend the Angelic which has a super fine line and she loves it. The Uniball Blue-Black and Blue-Lavender are as expected: Just fab. Here's the video and the a supplies are listed below*.
*Supply List (some of these were sent to me from JetPens. Some I purchased. I am not affiliated with JetPens)
Pilot Futayaku Double-Sided Brush Pen: http://to.jetpens.com/1PlyaL9
Sailor Fude Nagomi Double-Sided Brush Pen: http://to.jetpens.com/1PlyaL9
Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors: http://to.jetpens.com/1WyWAAe
Uni-ball Signo UM-151 Gel Pens: http://to.jetpens.com/1PrB4I1
Sakura Ballsign Fuchidoru Outline Gel Pens: http://to.jetpens.com/1RWXx6A
Uniball Signo Broad, White: http://to.jetpens.com/1PlHvAH
Uniball Signo Sparkling, Gold, Silver: http://to.jetpens.com/1Tqg8qL
Midori Traveler’s Notebook Drawing Paper: http://to.jetpens.com/1QHLeJP
Field Notes Notebooks: http://to.jetpens.com/1PIKsxf
Pilot Opt 0.5 Shaker Mechanical Pencil: http://to.jetpens.com/1UtEVbN
Pentel Pocket Brush Pen: http://to.jetpens.com/1PDuyhm