Winsor & Newton BrushMarker – Blender

November 3, 2017 - Comment

Winsor and Newton BrushMarkers provide precise, flexible line control, in a 72-colour collection ranging from subtle pastels to bold, vibrant hues. Each featuring a broad chisel nib and brush nib, BrushMarkers provide print-quality, streak-free coverage, with malleable, alcohol-based and blend-friendly translucent ink. Product Features 72 shades ranging from subtle pastels to bold, vibrant hues. 11

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Winsor and Newton BrushMarkers provide precise, flexible line control, in a 72-colour collection ranging from subtle pastels to bold, vibrant hues.

Each featuring a broad chisel nib and brush nib, BrushMarkers provide print-quality, streak-free coverage, with malleable, alcohol-based and blend-friendly translucent ink.

Product Features

  • 72 shades ranging from subtle pastels to bold, vibrant hues.
  • 11 colours are unique to the BrushMarker range
  • Blend-friendly, with malleable, alcohol-based, translucent ink.
  • Twin-tipped, with a Brush & Broad nib.
  • High quality nibs for print-quality, streak-free coverage.

Comments

Milly Matthews says:

… similar to promarkers (they’re the same brand) but they’re like a combination of Copics and Promarkers and I love … Bought eight of these pens – I was expecting something similar to promarkers (they’re the same brand) but they’re like a combination of Copics and Promarkers and I love it! The pigmentation of the ink is gorgeous and it tones out well on toned and normal paper – I was so excited when I received them. Also received them a day after I ordered them! Lovely!

Suzy Sioux says:

Fleshy Fantastique This was delivered promptly packaged really well, and they’re a great product. I love them. At first I’ll be honest I thought they were too dark but after they dry they are much lighter than they look. I suggest you use a piece of card to the side of your illustration They worked as well as any of the more expensive copics and I’ve used these exact Windor and Newton pens with other brands to illustrate a childrens book. They last well too.

Little Nut Tree says:

Really impressed. Easy to use, blend well. Sometimes when you use pens you get crosshatching when you don’t want it simply when you’re trying to build up colour. The great thing about these are they don’t dry quickly and you’re able to build up a large block of colour without streaks. Good artist pens. You can get a very good tonal range of one colour and layers nicely. You need to be willing to learn how to use them, would definitely recommend.

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