|Item Weight||5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 1 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||1774270|
|Number of Items||1|
|Tip Type||brush tip|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1774270|
Prismacolor 1774270 Scholar Art Markers, Brush Tip, Assorted, 20-Count
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- High-quality markers designed to help artists develop
- Flexible brush tip allows thick, thin and varied lines in one stroke
- Vivid ink is water-based, low-odor and AP certified
- Re-sealable pouch provides a secure place to store your markers
- Includes: Yellow, Red Orange, Red, Cerulean Blue, Blue Violet, Dark Blue, Yellow Green, Brown, Light Grey, Black, Yellow Orange, Orange, Light Pink, Pink, Carmine Red, Red Violet, Blue Green, Olive Green, Dark Green and Terra Cotta art markers
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Aspire to develop as an artist with Prismacolor Scholar Art Markers. Designed to encourage artistic growth in 20 rich colors, these art markers are great for mixed media and make it easy to draw vibrant designs. Scholar markers have a smooth brush tip that allows you to draw several line widths in one stroke without the hassle of a paint brush. The teacher’s choice, these durable artist markers use water-based, low-odor ink. Start your artistic journey with Prismacolor Scholar!
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I have the bullet 10 pack. The pack did not have an orange, which was ackward when coloring. It also contained a pink and a red that were so close in pigment that you could not tell them apart even right next to each other (see picture of the tea pot). When coloring with them the tore the paper, even when coloring very lightly. The color also did not blend well with each other. In the future I will color with them more like gel pens - in circle motions - then I do with my other Markers. Also, the colors bleed through the page. Although all other Markers I own do also.
The best quality of the Markers is that the colors are bright and vibrant.
Overal, I do not see myself investing in more of these specific Markers. However, maybe the brush ones will be more satisfactory.
The target market for these markers are school age children. As far as age is concerned I believe it would very much depend on the child. I have 7 year olds and a 4 year old that I would not let use these markers because they would destroy the brush tips in 5 minutes or less. If you know your child is rough on markers, then I suggest you save a few $ and opt for a big cheap $3 set from a big box store that they can use till they are broken. On the other hand, if your child is already doing art with fine details and gentle with pens then s/he will love these.
If I had received a set of markers like these in highschool I would have been stoked.. and I was big into art. These are great for coloring manga or comics for adults or older kids and a lot cheaper... just be careful if you're coloring the same work with alcohol based pens as the ink from these can smudge slightly if you overlap onto it.
I am extremely pleased with these markers... I only wish there were more colors.