|Item Weight||2.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 2.1 x 5.8 inches|
|Item model number||14174|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||14174|
Prismacolor Premier Fine Line Illustration Markers, 05 Fine Tip, Assorted Colors, 8-Count
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- Richly pigmented ink creates powerful, vivid works of art
- Ink is acid free, lightfast, permanent, water resistant, smear resistant when dry and doesn’t bleed through paper
- Fine 05 point is ideal for creating crisp details and technical applications
- Premium ink with unmatched color consistency
- Includes: Black, Red, Blue, Green, Brown, Purple, Orange and Sepia illustration markers
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At a Glance:
- Pack of 8 illustration markers
- Ideal for adult drawing projects
- Fine tips for detailed artwork
- Advanced ink for rich, fade-resistant color
- Won't smear or bleed through paper
Prismacolor Premier Fine Line Illustration Markers
05 Fine Tip, Assorted Colors, Pack of 8
Create precise illustrations and artwork with the eight-pack of Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers. Suitable for beginning and experienced artists, these artist pens feature fine tips for outlining, drawing lines and other intricate details. Prismacolor advanced, alcohol-based inks yield rich colors that are lightfast.
What's in the Box:
- 8 Premier Illustration Markers
Fine Tip for Detailed Artwork
Great for creating technical illustrations and other detailed drawings, the eight markers in this set are each fitted with a 05 fine tip, so you can make just the right marks.
Advanced Ink for Exceptional Fade-Resistant Color
Prismacolor art markers feature richly pigmented, alcohol-based, acid-free ink that is lightfast, so your artwork will endure. The ink is also water-resistant and smear-resistant when dry and doesn't bleed through paper.
Vivid Colors for Illustrations and Adult Coloring Pages
Great for illustrations, adult coloring books and other artwork, the colors in this drawing markers set include Black, Red, Blue, Green, Brown, Purple, Orange, and Sepia.
For over 75 years, Prismacolor has set the standard for art products of unrivaled quality. Using only the finest materials, and collaborating directly with artists to anticipate evolving needs, the Prismacolor portfolio has the tools artists need to flawlessly complete every project. From colored pencils to art markers and pastels, Prismacolor helps artists express their limitless imaginations.
Draw perfectly precise, colorful details and create razor-sharp outlines with Prismacolor Premier Fine Line Illustration Markers. Your Prismacolor art markers come in 8 intensely vivid shades and a sharp, 05 fine point to help you draw precise marks every time. The deeply saturated, alcohol-based, acid-free ink is remarkably lightfast to resist fading. Prismacolor art pens help bring your artistic vision to life.
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|Item Dimensions||2.12 x 0.63 x 5.75 in||5 x 14.12 x 1.56 in||1.68 x 0.5 x 5.68 in||2.12 x 0.63 x 5.75 in|
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Top Customer Reviews
These are probably the most enjoyable fine tip markers I've ever drawn with, as a novice. The tips don't fray, they barely bleed. The design is nearly flawless.
However, the drawback to these are the colors. Take for instance, the green marker; you'll notice that there's a bit of a gradient on the marker from Green to Black. One would assume that the brightest shade of green in that gradient would be the color of the marker. And if you were a betting man, you'd be homeless in Vegas somewhere. The Green, Purple, Blue, and Dark Brown are MUCH deeper on that gradient than you would assume from the packaging. The blue and purple are so dark, they're hard to discern without the luminance of the sun beaming down on your artwork.