Wacom Art Pen w/ Stand and Replacement Nibs

Wacom Art Pen w/ Stand and Replacement Nibs

Wacom Art Pen w/ Stand and Replacement Nibs

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Product Highlights

  • Unique 360 Degree Rotation Sensitivity
  • Pressure / Tilt Sensitivity
  • Chisel and Bullet Tipped Nibs
  • Digital Eraser
  • Weighted Stand
  • Nib Extractor
  • Replacement Nibs
  • Works with all Intuos4 & Intuos5 Models
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Wacom KP701E2 overview

  • 1Description

Not all tablet pens are created equal. The Art Pen from Wacom replicates the feel and experience of a classical felt marker, but with all the advantages for working digitally in graphics applications, such as Adobe Photoshop or Corel Painter. With a unique 360° rotation sensitivity, you can rotate the barrel of the pen and your Wacom tablet will recognize it. With this rotation sensitivity, you can use the included chisel nib tip to create unique paintbrush-like effects in Corel Painter or Adobe Photoshop. The chisel tip also allows you to emulate markers and calligraphic pens.

Beyond barrel sensitivity, the pen features pressure and tilt sensitivities to provide you with even more capabilities. In any of the supported paint or photo programs, these sensitivities come in handy when you need to adjust line weight, brush size, image opacity, or exposure. Moreover, you get a more fluid, natural feel when working. However, if you find that the pressure or tilt sensitivities aren't to your liking, you can easily customize either on your computer.

As a nice added touch, an eraser crowns the top of the pen, so that you can digitally erase your work as you go along. In terms of accessories, you'll find two chisel-tipped nibs, two chisel-tipped felt nibs, three bullet-tipped nibs, three bullet-tipped felt nibs, and a convenient nib extractor for quickly switching out nibs. Also included is a pen stand that can hold the pen, some spare nibs, and the extractor.

With the pen's 360° rotation sensitivity, rotating the barrel of the pen allows you to create unique, paintbrush-like effects in Corel Painter or Adobe Photoshop
Chisel tip nib allows you to emulate paint brushes, markers, and calligraphic pens
Pressure and tilt sensitivities provide you with the flexibility to adjust line weight, brush size, image opacity as well as image exposure (in a supported paint or photo program)
An eraser crowns the top of the pen so that you can digitally erase your work as you go along
Weighted stand is a convenient way to keep your pen, extra nibs, and nib extractor handily organized
Nib extractor is a quick, easy tool for removing nibs from your pen
Replacement nibs are included should your original nibs wear down from normal use
UPC: 753218993397
In the Box
Wacom Art Pen w/ Stand and Replacement Nibs
  • Art Pen
  • Pen Stand
  • 2 x Chisel-Tipped Nibs
  • 2 x Chisel-Tipped Felt Nibs
  • 3 x Bullet-Tipped Nibs
  • 3 x Bullet-Tipped Felt Nibs
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Wacom KP701E2 specs

    Pressure Levels 2048
    Tip Travel 0.008" / 0.2 mm
    Dimensions (L x D) 6.2 x 0.6" / 156.3 x 15.9 mm
    Operating System Support Windows, macOS/OS X
    Weight 0.7 oz / 20 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 3.1 x 2.2"

    Wacom KP701E2 reviews

    Art Pen w/ Stand and Replacement Nibs is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 52.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wacom Art Pen w/ Stand and Nibs My original Wacom grip pen broke, so I figured why not upgrade. However, I found this Art Pen disappointing. I use my Wacom to illustrate comic art and was completely content with the grip pen. The shape, weight and pressure sensitivity was excellent. The Art pen has rotate capability and the Grip does not, but its rotate technology only works with a couple of software packages and even then only with certain brushes. The Art pen is heaver, bulky and the front end is shorter then the Grip pen not allowing me to get the same tilt as I was accustom too with the Grip pen. Also this pen has fewer nib options. All of that and a higher price tag to boot.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wish this was the standard grip pen I have a couple grip pens that I've acquired over the years from owning a few intuos 4's. I bought this after reading the reviews, and I can attest to the fact that it is better than the stock pen. It feels slightly larger, but it definitely not chunky. The nibs are also a little bit fatter which provides a really nice response when working in broader, sweeping strokes. Since receiving the art pen, I've switch mostly to the soft nibs whereas before I was using the hard and spring.Some cons are, as other have said, it looks nearly identical to the stock grip pen. You can tell them apart, but not very easily. There are also not colored rings to identify it. I've been using the colored rings on my other grip pens so that the art pen stand out from the group. This doesn't come with a nib puller. This doesn't seem to be a problem for me, but for the price of this thing, WACOM could have provided a 5 cent piece of metal. This brings me to my second point, it's expensive. This isn't B & H's fault, the pen lists for about the same price everywhere. WACOM tablets are expensive, I don't think its fair to have customers pay so much for accessory pens which essentially 'unlock features' which are intrinsic to intuos 4 and 5s.
    Date published: 2012-11-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from for creative photography I work at the periphery of photography in terms of how I post-process. This pen, along with the extra-large WACOM tablet, gives me great flexibility in my work flow. I work in Nikon's Capture NX2, which, sadly, does not take full advantage of the pen, and in Adobe CS5, which, happily, does. The combination allows the creative juices to flow. The pen is comfortable to hold and easy to use...though the eye-hand coordination apparently is difficult to learn for some - this is more an issue of the tablet functionality than of the pen.
    Date published: 2011-04-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from pricey, but worth it if your pen breaks! i use my intuos4 tablet religiously. i literally could no longer design without it. i know, that's terrible, right?? so imagine my state of panic when i broke my pen. the little button panel popped off and i could not find it anywhere. so no more buttons. aaaaah! luckily i found this guy on B&H. even though it's kinda pricey, it's worth it. it has the 'big' brush nibs though, so i hope you kept all your original artsy/springy tips! 4 stars only because the price is kinda crazy for this. quality is 5 stars!
    Date published: 2011-11-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely addition to the arsenal! This pen is great! It feels like the standard pen you get with a Wacom Intuos Pro. the main difference it that it has a rotation function. For digital painters this is great, as it makes it even more like traditional painting where you can rotate the brush for making interesting marks. A lot of the brushes in Corel Painter are already set up with this in mind, so you can start using this feature out of the box. In Photoshop, though, you'll need to go into your brush settings panel, click on Shape Dynamics and change the Angle Jitter Control setting to Rotation.
    Date published: 2017-07-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Opens a new range of capabilities with for Wacom tablets Make sure that you get the pen that goes with your specific tablet - the Wacom website is not always completely helpful. I am using this model with my Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, and it works perfectly right out of the box - no extra software to install, or anything like that. It's a little thicker/fatter than the standard pen. I am using it with Corel Painter, which seems to be one of only two applications that I've heard of that can use the pen's rotation feature (the other being Photoshop). The rotation feature works nicely, and seems to be quite precise.
    Date published: 2018-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replacement Pen I purchased this as a replacement for my 2 year old Intous4 tablet as I wore out my pen. It works great and feels similar to the original. Nibs are not interchangeable with the original pen but it comes with a new set of nibs.
    Date published: 2011-10-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Leading edge art tools for sure! Great art pen. This pen rotates on the Intuos4 and the Cintiq. By the way, this pen is working fine on the 24HD. The rotation works well showing you the brush moving onscreen. Finding information on how the pen works with the 24HD was difficult. All the Wacom marketing literature still just shows it as an Intuos pen. Note, the brush rotation works correctly on the cintiq 24hd but the visual display only adjusts the brush rotational orientation when you are not drawing. At first I thought the pen wasn't rotating but it is. I believe this is a cosmetic driver issue but it in no way impacts what you are drawing. The rotation still works as expected. My one gripe is that it looks identical to a non-art pen. So if you have them sitting side by side, it's hard to tell them apart. Wacom should have changed the color or something. The art pen does not come with any identification rings, but even if it did, it would still be hard to tell them apart because the stand covers the ring and is identical as well. I guess I'll have to make a label for the base.
    Date published: 2012-02-26
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