It only takes a gentle stroke of the brush tip on the paper to create the finest lines. If more pressure is applied on the brush, the brush hairs fan out and with the brush tip now fanned out, one can also draw thicker lines. With less pressure applied, the tip will return to its original form and thin lines can be drawn. In one brushstroke, the width of the line can be varied as desired.
This means that there are no protruding hairs that may cause unwanted lines or stains. The Memory Point Brushes allow the highest control when painting. The high storage capacity is an advantage for any painting, especially for brush lettering. In this way, one can create a longer line in one stroke, without having to add a new colour. This makes the entire brush lettering process smoother and faster.