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Copic Markers Multiliner Fine Pigment Based Ink, 4-Piece Set
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- Pigment-based ink
- Waterproof & archival
- Same high-quality ink and nib as our mulitliner sp's
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Multiliner Fine 4pc 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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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.
Regardless of my knowledge on these pens, Marc has let me know the following:
1. This particular pen is highly regarded by other illustrators
2. They are accurate, meaning the tips retain their shapes
3. They give precision when drawing small or detailed images
He owns more than one set of this brand, they apparently offer different styles and types. Having said all of this, my nephew gives a hearty 5 star rating.
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These are a great alternative to Microns when doing colored pages, where I found Microns get picked up by alcohol markers a lot easier. Considering this is made by Copic, I'd expect as much. I should also note that these don't get picked up by erasers as much as Microns, so if erasing is part of your process, I'd take a look at these.
The variety in this set is perfect for inking very fine lines to bold ones (for panels), and even has brush nibs that are perfect for certain Japanese SFX fonts (I use a combination of these and high ink flow brush pens from popular brands to do my SFX).
The only thing I'd have to say, but is true for all pens of this nature, is to be careful of the angle and pressure you use with them, especially the extra fine ones (under 0.3). I accidentally bent my 0.03 nib while using it at a 45-degree angle for an extended period of time, putting pressure on the side of the tiny nib. It's now very finicky, only inking from certain angles, and it also bleeds a lot more -- not ideal for an ultra-fine pen in cleanliness-centric work like inking comics. I'm just an idiot though, being careful like you would normally would suffice and prevent that situation.
Overall, I'm perfectly satisfied with this set. I'll be purchasing more if the finer ones once they run out, as I'm sure they will run out first.
I provided some very simplistic, single stroke examples of line thickness and a couple SFX examples with the brushes (with examples of other brush pens for ink flow comparisons)