Studio Series Dual-Tip Artist's Markers - Set of 24

Studio Series Dual-Tip Artist's Markers - Set of 24

by Peter Pauper

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Overview

Studio Series Dual-Tip Artist's Markers - Set of 24

Whether you draw, paint, or craft, these markers will allow your creativity new scope. Lay down vivid, even fields of color, using the fine for detailed work, and the broad tip for broad-area coverage. Blend them to create beautiful shading and subtle watercolor effects. Create beautiful, painterly artwork with no painterly cleanup afterward. They’re ideal for artists and crafters of every stripe and any experience level.

  • 24 dual tip markers: fine and brush tips
  • Vivid colors in a versatile range (including skin tones)
  • Alcohol ink, archival, dye-based
  • Professional grade
  • Super blendable, before and after ink dries
  • Optimal ink flow for even saturation
  • Use with heavyweight paper
  • Works on paper, fabric, glass, wood, metal, and ceramic
  • Great for illustration, design, sketching, crafting, coloring, cartooning and more
  • Packaging measures 4” x 3.6” x 6.6”
  • Imported

Product Details

UPC: 9781441318411
Manufacturer: Peter Pauper
Publication date: 06/15/2015

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Studio Series Dual-Tip Artist's Markers - Set of 24 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
ZestyyStudios More than 1 year ago
These markers are alright, not for long time use however. The labels rub off super easily, and in general the markers are not comfortable in your hand. You can get use to that. At least they don't roll off the table. The brush nib is not good quality whatsoever. I was just coloring one picture (First time using it) when the brush nib wore down to a nub (I was NOT bearing down too hard) and the ink did not flow at that point. You can't do flicking motions with it like how you can with Copics. The colors are not exactly what they are on the label so it can't be tricky. I recommend doing a color swatch before using them. Though, I'm especially disappointed with "Pastel" Blue. It is NOT pastel. Its like an aqua blue. If you're considering to do art in the long term, I would not recommend these. If you're starting out you should probably start with these.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
excellent. the color is great and smooth to use. i will buy another box after i finish using this box. i love it.
realiterate More than 1 year ago
I find that I like these markers much better than even Prismacolor artist marker sets. These markers may take a couple coats to get a shade you're going for, but you get a much better blending experience. The colorless blender I haven't found I've needed much, as it kind of makes them look a bit watercolored to me - but when I'm going for that nifty look on something, I definitely give it a go. These are definitely better than most of the other top, more expensive competitors. I highly recommend!
Chickvicious More than 1 year ago
Very happy with this set. I bought this from B&N in store a couple years back and they still work wonderfully. Takes a little practice to get used to the unique way alcohol-based markers work, but the pigment is awesome and they are fun to use. I use these primarily for adult coloring books (with a piece of cardstock behind most coloring pages to prevent bleed-through). Only complaint is that they only come in only 24 colors and skin-pigment colors as a separate set. No other sets available at this time.
Marnificent More than 1 year ago
These markers are really cool for "true" drawing but Barnes & Noble has them by the coloring books and they definitely don't work well for that. They bleed through multiple pages even without the blending brush so even if you have a coloring book that just has a single image on a page, it will still bleed through to the next image. And the fine end isn't really very fine since the ink comes out strongly. I'm sure they are good for art, but not for coloring and it's misleading since that's where the stores put them. Once you've opened them you can't return them so it was a pretty costly experiment.