Welcome to the first installment in my 2017 Holiday Gift Guide!
What is an ideal marker for me? I want one that is sturdy, comfortable to hold, has good coverage on many types of paper, lasts a long time, and is refillable. Add some plain old mindful (OK, sometimes mindless!) fun to a marker and I’d finish looking.
I recently reviewed the My Days in Color coloring planner from Scraft Artise. Today I’ll introduce you to another Scraft Artise product: their dual tip brush markers. Read on to learn about these markers, and to enter for a chance to win one of five great Scraft Artise bundles!
Scraft Artise kindly sent me these markers. I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while using the markers. This post does contain affiliate links.
An Introduction to Scraft Artise Dual Tip Brush Markers
The Scraft Artise markers have a 0.8 mm bullet-shaped nylon tip at one end, and a 2 mm flexible nylon brush-shaped tip on the other. The bullet tip is great for coloring-in details, while the brush tip is perfect for coloring and blending; change the pressure you use, and you can create fine, medium or bold strokes. The ink is water-based and odorless. Continue reading “Scraft Artise Dual Tip Brush Markers – Review & GIVEAWAY!”
Ever had a tough time getting your marker into those tiny spaces in those extravagantly detailed illustrations? Without feathering outside the lines? Then I have found an option for you!
Overview : Plinrise Fine Line Markers
Plinrise Fine Line Markers have a thin (0.4 mm) nib in a metal-clad tip. At $12.99 for 24, they clock in at $0.54 per pen.The markers are packaged in a lovely sturdy plastic case with side clips – perfect for storage and carrying in your bag when you are on the go. This case is a vast improvement over the plastic sleeves that some markers have, and which tend to fall apart. The current customer rating on Amazon.com is 3½ stars. Continue reading “Plinrise Fine Line Markers – REVIEW”