Prismacolor 3721 Premier Double-Ended Art Markers, Fine and Chisel Tip, 24-Count

November 26, 2018 - Comment

Lay down precisely the marks you want to make in 24 vivid colors with Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. The dual-ended design features a fine tip on one end and a large chisel on the other. This allows you to quickly flip between precision and coverage. The ink is richly saturated and designed for an

Lay down precisely the marks you want to make in 24 vivid colors with Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers. The dual-ended design features a fine tip on one end and a large chisel on the other. This allows you to quickly flip between precision and coverage. The ink is richly saturated and designed for an effortlessly smooth flow while a single source of ink ensures color consistency at both ends. And the advanced, alcohol-based pigment resists fading so your creations will endure.

Product Features

  • Dual-ended markers featuring both fine and chisel tips
  • Advanced dye-based ink formulation for richly saturated color and superior blendability
  • Fine point lays down sharp lines while the chisel tip creates multiple line widths
  • Single source of ink guarantees color consistency at both ends
  • Includes: Canary Yellow, Orange, Goldenrod, Sienna Brown, Tuscan Red, Rhodamine, Violet, True Blue, Indigo Blue, True Green, Apple Green, Dark Brown, Spanish Orange, Poppy Red, Peach, Crimson Red, Pink, Mulberry, Light Cerulean Blue, Violet Blue, Blue Slate, Grass Green, Dark Green and Black art markers

Comments

Anonymous says:

Color chart + Fixing dry markers Guys if you ever find a dried up marker in the set just pull out the marker tip, pour in rubbing alcohol (or any alcohol i guess, since they are alcohol based) close it, shake, and wait one day so they will go back to normal! Just because the marker is dry doesn’t mean there isn’t any more pigment left. That aside:Amazing set, best marker brand I tried (and I’ve tried Copics) and great price. Since many people are looking for the specific colors included I took a picture of the color…

Anonymous says:

I can’t stop coloring with these beautiful markers! I’m addicted and need more! I’m not an artist professionally, but I have been coloring my entire life. Until now, I have almost always colored using colored pencils, with cheaper markers only once or twice. After buying another brand of markers because they were on sale, and enjoying the process but not the markers themselves, I decided see what else was out there. I have used Prismacolor colored pencils for a few years, and love them for their quality, so I thought this set would be a good bet.Well, let me…

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