Alcohol Markers

Alcohol-based markers are safe, fun and easy to use. One of their biggest advantages is the fast drying time. Illustrators have been using such markers for years to create cartoons, fashion designs, architectural renderings, graphic novels and more.

When choosing the best type of paper to use with alcohol-based markers, remember:

1. The paper’s weight - we recommend a thicker one, weighting above 90lb (243 gsm)

2. The paper’s texture - a smoother surface lets the ink glide onto each page, without feathering or puddling.

Convenient dual tips

Use the fine point nib for precise drawing, intricate details and thin lines while using the chisel nib when designing broad, thick lines and for large areas coverage. Now you can do it all using a single coloring tool!

Easy blending

Blending the colors is fairly a straight-forward process:

1. Start with the lighter color

2. Add the darker color (or any second color of your choice) in an overlapping layer

3. Add more strokes of the lighter color to the border between two colors, where the “seam” is visible.

Alcohol-based markers are safe, fun and easy to use. One of their biggest advantages is the fast drying time. Illustrators have been using such markers for years to create cartoons, fashion designs, architectural renderings, graphic novels and more.

When choosing the best type of paper to use with alcohol-based markers, remember:

1. The paper’s weight - we recommend a thicker one, weighting above 90lb (243 gsm)

2. The paper’s texture - a smoother surface lets the ink glide onto each page, without feathering or puddling.

Convenient dual tips

Use the fine point nib for precise drawing, intricate details and thin lines while using the chisel nib when designing broad, thick lines and for large areas coverage. Now you can do it all using a single coloring tool!

Easy blending

Blending the colors is fairly a straight-forward process:

1. Start with the lighter color

2. Add the darker color (or any second color of your choice) in an overlapping layer

3. Add more strokes of the lighter color to the border between two colors, where the “seam” is visible.

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