Interesting, thanks. Lots of good reviews on these and they're supposed to be very fade resistant. They also make a smaller .3mm size and a brush tip. Here's some more info on a 12 asst color set, it also shows the colors: https://www.amazon.com/Sakura-50075-16-Piece-Assorted-Collection/dp/B0
From customer reviews:
It comes with 2 blacks, 3 shades of blue, 1 purple, 1 pink, 1 red, 1 orange, 1 yellow, 3 shades of green, and 3 shades of brown.
2x black. 1x blue, red, green, brown, purple, yellow, orange, rose, sepia, royal blue, burgundy, hunter green, blue-black and fresh green
The only caveat I have is to be sure that they're stored upright. Otherwise, they can collect too much ink in the tip and make a too-thick line. \
Their brush pens:
Do they write in glossy paper?
I didn't know at first, but I just tried it. The .05 pen tips don't work. But... the brush tips do work. I have both. I've learned one thing and that is if you order again buy the 'Prismacolor' brush pens. They are perfect and work on glossy paper. They are finer tipped and work as a pen or brush.
Pigma makes a number of colors. I use black for windows while it preserves the frame color. These pens are great for hi-liting hatches, bends and corners other details. The other colors such as red for fire hose wraps, brown for rust etc. Smal enough point for 1/700 builders. Any number of molded on detail can be hi-lited by these pens.
I never investigated the full range of colors they offer.
Basic question, I am afraid; what colour do you recommend using to paint the bridge windows on 1/700 aircraft carrier models.