Copic Markers 12-Piece Warm Gray Set
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- Packaged in a clear plastic case, a copic set is the ideal way to begin or add to a marker collection
- Refillable markers and replaceable nibs; compatible with copic air brush system
- Alcohol-based ink is pemranent and non-toxic; dries acid free
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Copic 12pc Warm Gray Set. Scores of anime, manga and comics artists – as well as landscape, product, architecture and fashion designers – prefer Copic markers because of their ultra-blendable, low odor, alcohol based inks. Unlike water-based inks, which tend to pill and oversoak the paper while blending, Copics mix on the surface to deliver the wonderfully rich blends they're known for. This outstanding performance has distinguished Copic markers as the celebrated coloring tool within professional, semi-professional and hobby circles alike. .
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That being said I just wanted to say a few words on the price and the markers themselves. It's easy to look at a set of Copic markers and think to yourself "Why would I pay so much for something I'm going to throw out in just a few months?" And with any other brand of marker, you'd be correct in feeling a little ripped off. But Copics are different; and not just because they are quality markers, because in all honesty so are Prismacolors or most other high end brand of markers. But the difference is that any Copic marker you buy can be refilled once it goes dry and all the nibs and brush heads can be replaced once they are worn out. Because of this, buying a set of Copic markers is more like buying a set of paint brushes rather than a set of pencils, pastels or markers for that matter.
If you do decide to buy this set you are looking at a high up front cost, not only for the markers but also the refill ink for each marker. However, once you've made the investment it's pretty cheap to keep your markers going. Each refill bottle will fill a Copic marker 7-10 times, making it somewhere between 50 cents to a dollar per refill. So, in the long term it becomes well worth the initial price, especially when you consider one Prismacolor marker costs somewhere between 4-6 dollars to replace.
These markers really are an investment; not just as far as money goes but in yourself as well. So, if you can't see yourself using them regularly a couple years down the road then they might not be a good fit for you. On the other hand, if you are an artist who is looking for a set of tools that are going to last and produce quality work, I can tell that your money is being well spent.