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|Product Dimensions||0.9 x 5.7 x 6.1 inches|
|Item model number||1982057|
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- Bleed-free ink won’t bleed through paper to lay down stunning hand lettering, cool handwriting styles and beyond
- Fine point creates precise, nuanced lines for dazzling drawings and coloring pages
- Bright quick-drying, acid-free ink is water, fade and smear resistant
- Stand-up hard case opens into an easel for quick access to art pens plus easy storage
- Includes: Black, Blue, Turquoise, Green, Clover, Yellow, Orange, Coral, Hot Pink, Red, Purple and Brown Sharpie fine point pens
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From the manufacturer
Sharpie has been making bold impressions around the world since its debut as the first pen-style permanent marker in 1964. In the 50+ years since then, Sharpie’s diverse product lineup ranging from permanent markers and highlighters, to products such as the Sharpie Pen and Sharpie Industrial, have propelled Sharpie from the largest marker brand to the largest writing brand in North America.
Sharpie Art Pens, Fine Point, 12 Colors
Hard Case, No-Bleed Ink
Boldly create vivid lines that won’t bleed through paper with Sharpie Art Pens. Featuring a fine tip that draws precise marks and loaded with intense ink colors, these drawing pens make it easy to brilliantly fill in every detail of your adult coloring pages, planners, notes and more. The Sharpie pen ink is also acid-free, smear-resistant and fast-drying to ensure your art lasts. What’s more, the durable hard case flips into an easel for handy access and storage. Confidently write and draw with precision using Sharpie fine tip pens.
- Vivid colors don’t bleed through paper
- Fine point creates detailed marks
- Ink is quick drying, acid free and smear resistant
- Hard case opens into an easel
Boldly Express Yourself
Stunning colors, a fine point and no-bleed ink are great for coloring and writing!
Richly pigmented and exceptionally brilliant, the stunning array of shades add incredible color to every situation.
Stand Up Pack
Sturdy case folds into an easel for fast access and organization. The Sharpie pens also have a color-matching cap that makes it easy to select the right shade.
Vibrant, specially designed ink won’t bleed through paper. The ink is also acid-free, quick-drying and resists water, fading and smearing for a lasting impact.
Precise Fine Point
Durable yet detailed fine point draws sharply refined lines that are sure to stand out on the page – great for journaling, planners, adult coloring books and more!
Perfect for Adult Coloring
Beautiful colors, a fine tip and slim design for increased control are sure to spark your creative side and help you perfectly fill in every detail.
Your Sharpie pen pack includes: Black, Blue, Turquoise, Green, Clover, Yellow, Orange, Coral, Hot Pink, Red, Purple and Brown.
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|Quick Drying Ink||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Permanent on Most Surfaces||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Tip Type||Fine Point||Fine Point||Ultra Fine Point||Fine Point||Fine + Ultra Fine Point|
|Number of Colors||12||25+||25+||4||10|
|Acid-Free Archival Quality||✔|
|Won't Bleed Through Paper||✔|
|Recommended Uses||Everyday writing & adult coloring||Energetic visuals & bold strokes||Energetic visuals & detailed art||Marking outdoor equipment||Art projects requiring both coverage & details|
Created for creative types, Sharpie Art Pens help you push your hand lettering, journaling and artwork to the limits with brilliant ink that won’t bleed through paper. Featuring a bold palette of bright colors, a fine tip for ridiculous control and quick-drying, acid-free ink, Sharpie coloring pens elevate the art of pros, amateurs and general artsy types alike. The art marker pens come in a stand-up hard case that opens into an easel for convenient access and fast storage. Nobody gets the artistic process like Sharpie and nothing can help you perfect your hand-drawn lettering, cool handwriting and sketching like Sharpie fine point pens.
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Some of the pros are as follows. These pens do not leave an indentation when I underline in my bible. You do not have to press hard to get the color to come. They do not bleed through the pages of my bible. Love love love this!! Sometimes there is a tad bit of ghosting but not noticeable. I have included pictures for proof. One has underlining and the next is the other side of the page. Judge for yourself. The case is perfect. I love keeping all my pens organized. They fit perfect in the pocket of my bible. The snap easel makes it easy to grab a pen.
I haven't found much in the cons but 1 important one for me. This set does not come with purple. If you color code your bible you need purple. I went to Office Max and picked up a purple stylo pen they sell individually. It writes the same as the art pen and has the same cap therefore it fits in the case perfectly.
For those who have left negative reviews about Sharpie because you got dry pens, etc. My orange pen was not performing as expected. The package had a phone # I called. They gladly worked with me to replace my defective product. Just take the time to call them, they stand by their products!
SHARPIE, if your listening, my advice to you. Consider coming out with this product as a bible coding set, add purple and dump the brown. Advertise it for bible coding and you have cornered the market with a good product.
I really want to give these pens 4.5 stars not just 4. Overall, it's a really good set of pens, but the green colors are a bit weak and the pens drag a bit too much for my taste. The price is also a bit steep, but you do get that great Sharpie color saturation, so I am going to assume that (and the brand name) have something to do with the price. I have another set of pens that are my go-to favorites, Stabilo, and after doing the quickie picture and then writing with the Stabilo pens the difference was really noticeable. Nevertheless, these pens are a fine option if you are into bullet journaling, drawing or just like doing your daily writing/note-taking in color. If price is an issue, another excellent option for fine-line pens is Staedtler Staedtler Color Pen Set, Set of 36 Assorted Colors (Triplus Fineliner Pens).
I also added a picture comparing the Stablio pen Stabilo Pens Item 8830-1 Point 88-Fine Point-30 Color Wallet of Coloring Pens/Fineline Markers-Includes 30 Unique Colorscolors to the Sharpie colors. Caps on pens only go so far to help in determine the actual color.
I've edited this video to meet Amazon's 100mb limit, but the full version shows several types of Sharpie WATER-based Paint Markers: Pastel with metal tips, the shorter Poster Paint colors with the felt tip, Metallic and Glitter with metal or plastic tips ... all of which are water-based.
If you are careful to prime the marker correctly before the first use, I'm sure you will fall in love with them too! I thought I knew how to do that, until I purchased this set, and ran into more difficulty than I expected. I had less trouble with the shorter, fatter Sharpie Water-based Paint Pens Sharpie Extra Fine Point Poster Paint Marker-White , Pack of 12, that I had previously purchased individually (they had more of a felt tip). I've posted a video on that listing, showing the the felt tip sharpie paint in action.
I messed up a little on the first (peach-colored) pen that I tried to use from this set; which made me go back and actually READ THE DIRECTIONS! Doh! A few crucial points I want to share with you, to make sure you don't write them off prematurely:
1. Before ever shaking or trying to "prime" the pen to get the ink flowing, you MUST hold the pen pointing UP, and depress the nib once or twice. This lets air into the chamber, so that shaking the pen can actually accomplish something.
2. This pastel set is EXTRA-Fine Point - which is good! Be warned that Fine Point Sharpie Paint Markers are not anywhere near what I consider "Fine Point." What you see in this clip, and in my other videos are EXTRA Fine Point. I had to edit a lot out of the video, to fit Amazon limitations, but if you notice two white dots near each-other in the demo: that is the difference between the EXTRA fine point and the fine point size. (If you want to watch the full length video in HD, you can find it on my blog).
3. Sharpie Water-based Paint Markers have a blue band toward the end. Oil-based paint markers have a bright pink band. If you don't see a colored band at all or the pen is called a "Poster Paint Pen" - it is a water-based paint pen.
4. The only time I use Oil-Based Sharpie Pen (Pink Band), is when I'm decorating garden art or something that is going to be exposed to the elements. I find that the oil based are a little bit "goopy-er" and the pen possibly dry out more quickly.
I have yet to have a Sharpie Water-Based Paint Pen dry up on me. I use the white and black felt tipped ones A LOT, so I have run them out of ink in a few months. The colored pens, I use less often, and they have stayed fresh for over a year now. I store mine horizontally in a zippered pouch.
5. The shorter, fatter Sharpie Paint Markers, have the felt tip that I prefer. I find them easier to get started, and the tip feels sturdier. However, they do sometimes feel a bit scratchy, and can leave tiny speckles when drawing curves. I still prefer them to the metal or plastic tips. I believe the short fat markers are always water-based. They are sometimes called Sharpie Poster Paints - I can not tell any difference between them and regular sharpie water-based. Maybe it refers to the bright primary paint colors?
6. The skinnier paint pens, like the ones in this Pastel Set, can be hard to tell apart from the Oil-based. If you want water-based (like this set), make sure they have the blue band at the end of the pen. (I think of a clear pool of BLUE WATER, to remind myself). I've found that the skinnier pens have the metal, or hard plastic tip. They work great, but can be a little trickier to get started than the squattier felt-style tip. The metal tips seem to take more shaking and pressing to get started.
Patience is the key to get these fantastic paint pens working properly. You only have to prime them once, so take your time, do it right and you won't regret it! I hope this review and my video help clear up any confusion about these cool paint markers!