|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 12 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||3722|
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Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers, Fine and Chisel Tip, 72-Count
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- Dual-ended markers featuring both fine and chisel tips
- Advanced ink formulation for richly saturated color and superior blendability
- Fine point lays down sharp lines while the chisel tip creates multiple line widths
- Single source of ink guarantees color consistency at both ends
- Includes: 72 vivid art markers
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At a Glance:
- Dual-ended with fine and chisel tips
- Alcohol, dye-based ink for rich color
- Ideal for adult coloring projects
- Single ink source for color consistency
Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers
Fine and Chisel Tip, Pack of 72
Create beautifully accomplished illustrations and artwork with the 72-pack of Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. Suitable for beginning and experienced artists, these premium artist markers offer a range of colors and are dual-tipped, with a fine tip at one end for precise lines and a chisel at the other for coverage and broad strokes. Advanced Prismacolor alcohol, dye-based ink yields rich, smooth colors.
Creations come alive with Prismacolor. Featuring inspired colors and pigments of unrivaled quality, you can express your art in its purest form. Don’t just color, Prismacolor.
Precision and Coverage with Fine and Chisel Tips
Incredibly versatile, these double-ended drawing markers feature a fine tip on one end for sharp, detailed lines and a smooth chisel on the other for multiple line widths. This handy design lets you quickly and easily switch between precise work and full coverage.
Advanced Ink for Exceptional Color
Prismacolor art markers feature premium-quality alcohol, dye-based ink for richly saturated colors and superior blending. The brilliant ink is also formulated for a smooth, effortless flow. In addition, each marker has a single reservoir of ink to ensure color consistency at both ends.
Vivid Colors for Illustrations and Art Projects
Great for illustrations and other artwork, Prismacolor professional-quality art and drawing supplies can help you fill in every detail with just the right color, whether you're an art student, a hobbyist, or an experienced designer.
What's in the Box:
You receive 72 drawing markers in the following colors:
Cream, Deco Yellow, Canary Yellow, Sunburst Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Orange, Yellow Orange, Pale Vermilion, Orange, Poppy Red, Goldenrod, Burnt Ochre, Deco Peach, Light Peach, Peach, Sienna Brown, Dark Umber, Terra Cotta, Carmine Red, Crimson Red, Blush Pink, Tuscan Red, Process Red, Pink, Magenta, Rhodamine, Mulberry, Deco Pink, Lilac, Dark Purple, Violet Mist, Violet, Lt. Cerulean Blue, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue, Imperial Violet, Ultramarine, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, Peacock Blue, Light Aqua, Aquamarine, True Green, Grass Green, Apple Green, Dark Green, Chartreuse, Lime Peel, Spring Green, Dark Olive Green, Jade Green, Parrot Green, Light Tan, Sepia, Light Umber, Dark Brown, Warm Grey 20%, Warm Grey 50%, Warm Grey 70%, Cool Grey 20%, Cool Grey 50%, Cool Grey 70%, Black, French Grey 20%, French Grey 50%, French Grey 70%, Metallic Silver Broad, Metallic Silver Fine, Metallic Gold Broad, Metallic Gold Fine.
Adults Love Coloring Books
Enjoy hours of calming and creative fun with a set of adult coloring book markers that help you fill in every detail with precisely the right color. The amazing array of shades will help you craft beautifully distinctive adult coloring page creations.
Lay down precisely the marks you want to make in 72 vivid colors with Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. The dual-ended design features a fine tip on one end and a large chisel on the other. This allows you to quickly flip between precision and coverage. The ink is richly saturated and designed for an effortlessly smooth flow while a single source of ink ensures color consistency at both ends. And the advanced, alcohol-based pigment resists fading so your creations will endure.
Top customer reviews
Amazing set, best marker brand I tried (and I've tried Copics) and great price. Since many people are looking for the specific colors included I took a picture of the color chart.
This set is very well worth it and will make any artist happy.
-Crimson Red (PM4)
-Poppy Red (PM13)
-Canary Yellow (PM19)
-Tuscan Red (PM169)
-Sienna Brown (PM65)
-Dark Brown (PM88)
-Spanish Orange (PM123)
-Indigo Blue (PM43)
-Violet Blue (PM42)
-Dark Green (PM31)
-True Blue (PM39)
-Light Cerulean Blue (PM48)
-Rhodamine Fucshia (PM55)
-Blue Slate (PM145)
-True Green (PM166)
-Apple Green (PM167)
-Grass Green (PM165)
- professional grade markers
- two nibs allowing various line quality
- most economical/cheap of the major professional marker brands, especially when bought in a set (around $2 per marker)
- in my opinion, dries too quickly and too much color saturation
In my experience:
Of the three brands, Prismacolor markers seem to be the most color-centrated. (By that, I mean that it takes fewer strokes of this marker to get to a saturation of color that may take another marker several strokes.) Because of this, Prismacolor markers dry much quicker and are much darker initially, and I find it a little harder to control the saturation of these markers and also the ability to blend these markers easily. Also, when using with marker paper (Borden & Riley Visual Layout Bond #37 or Bienfang Graphics 360), I find that Prismacolors soak thru several sheets more quickly than other marker brands, which becomes expensive for students or professionals who have to buy their own supplies. I feel like these would be a good choice for comic book illustrators who are looking for strong bold colors, but for people who like to render in more subtle color, you should choose Copic or Chartpak.
My favorite is Chartpak because I like to layer on my markers in a more impressionistic style and I find them easier to blend and right for the price. Copics are the most expensive, but many argue the best quality (especially with it's brush tip that allows beautiful effects that aren't as easily achieved with a regular marker nib). I would also recommend going to your local art store to try out the store brands, because they are often cheaper and the quality is okay for students and beginning professionals.
Anyway,these are really nice markers. The best I've ever had. They are definitely better then your average sharpie or crayola. The markers just color so much smoother then anything I've ever experienced.
The colors are so bright and vibrant. I use these markers a lot and they don't seem to be running out of ink like other markers I've bought. The thin end of the marker also doesn't bleed and go out of the lines like other markers I've had.
These are definitely worth buying. I'm going to save up and buy a larger selection next time. I don't believe Ill ever go back to another type of markers. These are it for me.
Most recent customer reviews
BEWARE, they do bleed through paper.