Bianyo Classic Series Alcohol-based Dual Tip Art Markers(Set of 72,Travel Case)

November 24, 2018 - Comment

Product Features CLASSIC SERIES MARKERS: Comes with a form-fitting black zip up case with a holder, organized and perfect for traveling DUAL TIPS COLORED PEN: Broad and fine tips. The broad tip makes lines that are approx. 6-7 mm wide at the widest point. The fine tip makes lines that are 1-2 mm wide VIBRANT

Product Features

  • CLASSIC SERIES MARKERS: Comes with a form-fitting black zip up case with a holder, organized and perfect for traveling
  • DUAL TIPS COLORED PEN: Broad and fine tips. The broad tip makes lines that are approx. 6-7 mm wide at the widest point. The fine tip makes lines that are 1-2 mm wide
  • VIBRANT COLORS: Highly pigmented and vibrant markers are build to last against fading. Great for Japanese caricature, anime pictures, fashion design,coloring and drawing
  • QUALITY INK: Markers don’t skip. The ink dries fast and doesn’t smudge
  • VALUE: A great present for any artist. Handy carrying case is quite steady

Comments

Anonymous says:

Love the color selection and blendability I’m really loving these. I have used Prismacolors but not Copics before.I like these even better than the Prismacolors. The attached drawing I did was based on a Joanna Baker fashion illustration using the Bianyo markers. I do wish there was a lighter skin tone. I used an eggshell color from a different set (Hobby Colours) to do the base for skin and the Warm grey 0.5 in this set to do very light shading under the chin. The blues on the scarf are a great example of how these alcohol…

Anonymous says:

Great markers!! These are great alternative markers for copics etc. Yes they bleed through the paper, just like any other marker. They do not interfere with black markers, they are not streaky!! Only streaky if you are slow.They blend well ( before drying ) and they also dry fast ish so if you want to blend, be fast.I got two of the same marker (99) which is a dark sepia colour… which is fine but I’d rather have had a duplicate of uhh.. a skin colour perhaps.I used 104 as a Base…

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