The Artline Stix brush pen is a unique pen that has been specially designed for children to draw, build and play with. These pens can be joined to each other by either pushing them together or using connectors to build with. Let your imagination run free and see what you can make!
The Artline Stix brush has a soft brush tip that can draw lines from 1.0mm to 8.0mm depending on the amount of pressure applied. It has a non toxic water based washable ink that is available in 16 vibrant ink colours.
The pens can be connected by simply pressing together allowing you to create a multitude of wonderful patterns and colours. Artline Stix brush pens can be connected to any other type of Artline Stix pen or marker. The brush nib will allow you to create both wide and fine lines and is perfect for painting and drawing. It is ideal for writing on cards, sketching graphics and design work.ﾠ
Build & Play
When you get tired of drawing you can connect and build your own toys with Artline Stix. The world is your oyster when there is no end to what you can create. Artline Stix can be joined together by simply pushing them together or using connectors.
Some ideas for what you can make are a plane, boat, car, windmill, puppet or a horse. Let your imagination run free and start building with Artline Stix and connectors.
Personalise With Characters
Artline Stix toy characters are a fun and playful way to personalise your Artline Stix Pens. To attach a character simply press it on to the pen and it will stay in place with the special connectors on the back of the character. This works in a similar way to joining two pieces of Lego together.
Feefo Reviews - Average 67% (3 reviews)
Date Score Customer Comment Our Response 15-Sep-2017 Product:
Love it, writes so well and good to hold. 24-Dec-2016 Product:
Excellent 19-Oct-2016 Product:
Not better than the average marker you find on the market, so no big fuss about this item. NO watercolor effect at all (though described), so i'm not going to reorder any and will stick to good old-fashion brushes (by the way the Lego touch is pretty unnecessary... why?) Read more reviews on Feefo