So up until this point we have reviewed the Brother Scan N Cut, explored how we cut Stamped Images, and now….drumroll, please…. we check out the drawing feature!
Let’s take a closer look at what you need.
First, you need some pens. Be aware, though, that they are not true pens. Instead, they are really mini water-based markers.
Then you need a holder. Go figure, the holder does not come with the machine NOR does it come with a pen.
So make sure you buy both!
To insert the pen, press on the minus sign on the back and flip up the lid. Uncap the pen, insert it nib side down, and click the top closed.
Ready to go!
You can pop the cap into the little holder on top of the pen housing unit so that you don’t lose it while you are cutting. Just don’t forget to remove the housing, remove the pen and replace the cap so it doesn’t dry out.
I made you a video so you could see the drawing function in action!
And here are some detail photos of the results:
I’ll show you more of that Tardis in an upcoming post! In the meanwhile, what do YOU think of the drawing function? I’d love to hear your comments!
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