Colorpik Pen is digital ink pen that can draw and write in ANY color!

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CROWDFUNDING NEWS – If you like to draw but don’t have the space to store dozens of different colored pens or markers, then you should take a look at the Colorpik pen which is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. The Colorpik is an ink pen with a built-in camera that you use to capture a color that you’d like to draw with. The pen has individual chambers for Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow inks and will mix them to create the captured color or any other of 16 million colors. The Colorpik pen doesn’t need an app, comes with multiple nibs, and has a rechargeable battery. If you don’t want to draw on paper, the Colorpick works with your tablet too. They are seeking $5,000 and plan to ship rewards in March of 2024. Visit their Kickstarter campaign page where you can pledge $149 to pre-order your Colorpik pen.

Where to buy: Kickstarter
Source: The sample for this review was provided by Colorpik.

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  2. So I want sunset orange and I photograph it.
    I use it for two three strokes and then I need neon green.
    What does it do with the premixed orange? I think just from the pics it has two reservoirs so maybe it can hold two preparations. But what if I want a third?
    The sample pictures are all two-tone with just black/green for outline then one colour for filler.
    This product is for niche projects, or you buy a whole bunch then prepare like preloaded paint brushes (a cool idea). I think Smashing Security’s Carole Theriault ( might love four or five of these.
    I see an artist preparing three or four of these and using them intermittently so as to have three or more brushes always ready to paint (draw?))

    1. There are 4 reservoirs in the pen. Each holds a different ink/liquid: CYAN, MAGENTA, YELLOW, and CLEAR (I think for flushing). You would “create” one color, use it, then switch to a new color. You would waste the extra mixed ink that you didn’t use. You can pump it out onto a tissue or another paper and then start a new color.

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