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Sakura XBR-BLEND 2-Piece Blister Card Koi Colorless Blender Set Blender 2PK
- Koi colorless blender pen set
- Koi coloring brushes are a convenient way to add vibrant color to any sketch, journal, cartoon, Illustration, or rubber stamps
- The durable tip will quickly spring back to its original shape
- The odorless, water-based solvent Facilitates smooth blending and layering of colors
- Use the colorless blender pen to create seamless washes and color gradations
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Coloring your artwork is easy, anywhere, anytime with the nomess, dyebased, koi coloring brush pens. These pens perform similar to an artist brush. Make fine, medium or bold brush strokes just by changing the amount of pressure to the nib. The durable tip will quickly spring back to its original shape. The odorless, waterbased solvent facilitates smooth blending and layering of colors. Koi coloring brushes are a convenient way to add vibrant color to any sketch, journal, cartoon, illustration or rubber stamps. Use the colorless blender pen to create seamless washes and color gradations. Applicable for illustration, journaling, sketching, rubber stamping, architectural drawings and manga comic art. Technical qualities are flexible nylon nib, odorless, waterbased solvent facilitates easy blending, dye based ink, for best results, use on a heavy weight, platefinish paper smooth but not coated.
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The markers itself are...okay. The nib is not as soft as I expect it to be, and it's not really a brush tip but more like a pointy nib. I would not recommend them on permanent projects. These markers are not lightfast, and the colors I put down either faded terribly or changed colors. If you were to invest in watercolor markers at all, I would place my trust in either Tombow, Le Plume, or the Winsor Newton watercolor markers.
Overall, these are probably great for kids and the younger generation who are just trying out watercolor media. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend these for mixed media or scrapbooking artists, or any other professional artist.