Pros: Fine tipped, dark ink, and small size.
Cons: Don't put them through the wash!
ALWAYS ON ME
There is nothing worse than getting a brilliant picture in your head and having nothing to document it with. Since I'm a busy art major, that means that I constantly have artistic ideas flooding my colorful mind. I need to bring my visions to life by creating them. How can I do that without a utensil though? Well, it just so happens that I always keep a BIC America Accountant Fine Point Pen on me. Just in case I need to draw out an idea, I am prepared.
You can't just use any random utensil to do the deed. A pencil is out of the question, since it will inevitably smudge and wear away. It has to be able to create crisp dark lines with lots of wet dark ink. Lots of detail is involved, so it must be a fine tipped object. The BIC Fine Point Pen fits all of the requirements thus far. I've been very pleased with how long my thumbnail sketches have stayed fresh and clean.
Even when I'm out of class or hanging out with friends, I still keep one of these baby's on me. All I do is stick in in my pocket or behind my ear, you name it, it fits. I hate it when you sit down with a pen in your pocket and it jabs into your glutes! It makes everything uncomfortable and plus the big bluge in your back or your pants is very obvious. With this pen though, I sometimes even forget that it's even there. It's that size efficient and adaptable.
I TRUST IT
BIC has always had a positive reputation for producing many different high quality products. It's a brand name that I can trust to give me what I expect, which is perfection. Ok, that's a bit much, but honestly, it's a dang good brand. I've always stuck with BIC pens, and I continue to win many different art contests, thanks to these pens. It has a dark richness to it's ink that I am artistically addicted to.