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Copic Markers 9-Piece Multiliner Inking Pen Set B-2, Black (MLB2)
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- Pigment-based ink
- Waterproof and archival
- Same high-quality ink and nib as our mulitliner sp's
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Multiliner Set B-2. 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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I added a photo so you can see the difference in the sizes. I compared them with what I was using before, a Sharpie pen. I don't think I'll ever use anything under the 0.1, but they might come in handy one day.
I highly recommend this product to anyone who draws, whether it be comics or stand-alone pieces. However I would even more recommend it to comic artists because of how easy and satisfying the pens are to use.
Glides on smoothly making dense as well as fine lines with ample precision(though not as well as with Sakura Micron pens). Packaging and array of sizes is really nice and convenient, especially to throw in a canvas bag and go about your day, able to take them out and use wherever. Though it doesn't improve the quality of the performance, I also really liked the sparkly gunmetal plastic they were made from. The big ones BM and BS work very well for filling in large dark areas, I really loved those.
Initially I was really impressed with these and really, really, really, really wanted to love them, as Copic gets such a good reputation and seems to be the brand of choice. However, they did not hold up to what I expected from them. I found the nibs on them were a bit on the weak, wobbly side after a few times of heavy use. For the record I am not one to put a lot of weight on them, so I know it isn't from undue physical exertion. They seem to take wear and tear relatively poorly. Also, the small ones 0.5 and 0.3 run out very, very, very quickly. I've dried them out making about two 8X11 heavily inked pieces. While this is all to be expected with use, I have years of using Sakura Micron pens to contrast them with. Sakura ones in my experience can take a lot of use and abuse and take quite awhile to run dry, they have superior nibs and metal reinforcement around the nibs and perform all around better. I was able to get a much more precise and delicate line with Sakura Microns than with Copics. The copics tended to want to always make thick heavy lines unless I went a size smaller than normal. For example, if I usually got the detail I wanted with a Sakura size 0.5, I had to use a copic 0.3 to achieve the same effect.
Not the worst and they work well enough if you're not detail oriented. However, if you want delicate precise lines and no bleeding or heavy lines, do yourself a favor and go get a set of Sakura Microns. I'm going back to them and won't be back for Copic anytime soon. A pity because I really wanted to love these. :(
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Nice and bold, and they don't smear when you put another colored marker over it.
But I I'm not a fan of the 2 brush tips.Read more