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Crafter's Companion Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers, Bright, 24 Per Package
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- These alcohol based markers make a great addition to any craft room or design studio
- Each pen is double-ended with a broad chisel nib for large area fills and a fine bullet tip for detailed work
- The pens are refillable and the barrels are ergonomic and hexagonal shaped so they won't roll around your work area
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CRAFTER'S COMPANION-Spectrum Noir Marker Sets. These alcohol based markers make a great addition to any craft room or design studio. Each pen is double-ended with a broad chisel nib for large area fills and a fine bullet tip for detailed work. The pens are refillable and the barrels are ergonomic and hexagonal shaped so they won't roll around your work area. They also feature a unique no slip rubberized grip for better control and a double-locking cap for extended time between refills. Plus they are fast-drying and won't bleed. They are a great tool for artists paper crafters rubber stampers designers architects and anyone who wants to color. This package contains twenty-four markers in coordinating colors. Available in a variety of color sets: each set sold separately. Non- toxic. Imported.
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Top Customer Reviews
I took a picture of the packaging and my color swatches...overall great markers though
i emailed the company but they have never responded. I think when you spend this much on pens they should work well and the company should address the customers concerns
Sure, I'm glad the caps are tight, but if you make the caps tight, you need to make the part that opens the barrels TIGHTER. Very irritating and I do NOT recommend these markers.
They are amazing, excellent quality, lovely colors, coverage, blend-ability and affordability. They last longer then my prisma's and are refillable which is a bonus. I would highly recommend them to any artist at any level.
10/2016 - I have now purchase a large number of these pens and still love them. They are not easy to come by so far Amazon has been my best bet. You can get them at JoAnn's and take advantage of the a coupon but they have difficulty in being stocked and they are stolen at a high rate. Very sad for the brick and mortar stores.
Resources: go to Spectrum Noir's website for blank templates and tutorials on different color combinations and shading techniques! The official Spectrum Noir color chart also explains IG vs BG colors and at the bottom of each square it tells which set the color is available in. I've also included a color wheel template that I found on their official website to give you and idea of the wonderful resources available... Downloads, tutorials, great information and tools there. Recommendations for paper from their websites include the Crafter's Companion, Spectrum Noir paper and some of the tutorials list Neenah Card Stock.
Other Storage: I bought an art bin storage case too for some of my Copic markers but this plastic box they came in can just slide in and takes up less space. The individual Spectrum markers WILL fit in the marker inset trays for the ArtBin case you just have to angle them over the couple of ridges in the bottom of the case. It will easily hold Sharpies or Copics (sketch or original) too. ArtBin has a single width case and a double wide one with extra marker inserts that can added if you prefer. The ArtBin cases have plastic inserts to divide the case up and these plastic boxes that the markers come in easily slide into the divided sections. I just wish that the hinged lid could "pop" on and off for setting next to me at times, but I like being able to store them horizontally and not permenantly on a desk etc. There are nice plastic rows of shelf/trays you can buy that sit on a desk too in both clear or black made by Spectrum Noir. They also make some cheap black zip top cases that hold quite a few markers, but beware that the zipper is cheap and I had one come off after closing it after just a few times.