Prismacolor Art Markers

Prismacolor Art Markers

Introducing Prismacolor’s Brush|Fine Art Marker! This marker has a brush tip on one end and a fine tip on the other, making it the perfect marker for fashion, design and hobby applications. The ink is the same that we use in our Chisel|Fine art markers and with one ink source ensures color consistency from end-to-end.

The best thing that I can tell you about Prismacolor markers is that these vibrant art markers will give your color palette love! With a plethora of tips and color let you express your vision with vibrancy and ease. And our Scholar™ Markers give the artist-in-training everything they need to develop. Now you must be asking, what kind of markers are they, well they are as follows:

Prismacolor Premier Double Ended Brush Tip and Fine Tip Markers, 72 Colored Markers

  • Prismacolor Markers offers artist-quality double-ended art markers that feature two distinct nibs capable of achieving multiple line widths.
  • Small Fine tip for details and large Brush tip for larger areas
  • New roll resistant cap keeps marker in place
  • Safe, non-toxic inks provide a smooth, silky ink flow
  • Set of 72 Colored Markers are packaged in an attractive black carrying case
  • Every artist can appreciate these double-ended art markers. The ink is formulated to give the richest color saturation with silky smooth coverage. The duality of the thick and thin tips let you change it up whenever the mood strikes. One ink source ensures color consistency from either end. It’s an alcohol, dye-based ink that’s non toxic. They come in sets of 12, 24, 48,72, 120, 156, and 200.

    Prismacolor Premier 0.05 Fine Tip Illustration Markers, 8 Colored Markers (14175)

    These markers have you covered no matter the task at hand. Take your pick from multiple tip sizes to experience paintbrush-like strokes in the convenience of a marker. Go with the fine tip for serious precision and control. Lettering, outlining and free form drawing look exceptional with the chisel tip. But why limit yourself? Pick up an assorted set with a variety of tip types for all your drawing needs. CLICK here to shop Prismacolor Premier Double Ended Art Markers 24 Count (97)

    Sanford Prismacolor Scholar Brush Marker, 10-Pack

    The Scholar series lets you develop as an artist with markers that are high quality and easy to handle. Available in bullet tip for consistent lines, or in flexible brush tip for thick, thin, or varied lines in one stroke. Experiment with both and find out what works best for you.

    Prismacolor Art Marker Carrying Case (1776355)

    Prismacolor Markers

    Prismacolor Markers

    It’s time to have a palette makeover, so give your color plan some love with Prismacolor Markers vibrant colors.  Prismacolor Markers are sold individually and also come in a variety of palettes to make any project you undertake – full of expression and depth.

    A variety of tips and color let you express your eyesight readily and ease.  Prismacolor Scholar™ Markers give you the artist-in-training everything they have to develop.

    Prismacolor Double Ended Markers

    Most every artist appreciates the uniqueness of Prismacolor Double Ended Art Markers. A variety of it is designed to supply the richest color saturation with smooth, rich coverage. The duality of the thick and thin tips facilitates professional artist quality drawings. One ink source guarantees color consistency from either finish. All Prismacolor products are certified non-toxic and contain only the very best of advanced ink formulations which produce applications filled with rich color saturation and coverage. When you’re using Prismacolor markers, you’ll be sure to experience the smooth and even ink flow that Prismacolor is known for.

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    Prismacolor Markers Video Tutorial

    Prismacolor Markers Video Tutorial

    This video tutorial superbly exhibits how beautifully Prismacolor Markers and Prismacolor Pencils work together. Notice first how the artist has lightly sketched the angle of ’s head, for proportional accuracy. It is important to begin by outlining the area of your paper or canvas before attempting any details. Once the proportion and shape of your subject is drawn, only then does the artist begin to fill in any of Ledger’s features. Only after the shape, angle, and proportion is outlined on his paper, does he begin to suggest areas of the profile. Making sure that you have a fixed angle of your subject is priceless, especially when drawing from the model. In this case, the artist is copying from a photograph, which may even be projected on a screen.


    Video courtesy of HarveyArtifex

    I cannot recall when I started drawing or painting, but at an early age, probably at around the age of 7, I had a set of oil paints. My parents were both artists. My mother graduated from New York’s High School of Music and Art and went onto study at Pratt Institute, where I eventually would earn my masters. My father was basically self-taught, and still occasionally paints. As a child, he often sketched portraits, but his real talent was cutting out profile portraits, especially of Santa. His talents really lie in architectural design and drawing. His drawing is so precise that they are made into architectural blueprints. He is quite fond of using precision tipped Prismacolor Markers.

    “Prismacolor Markers Video Tutorial” was written by Brenne Meirowitz, BA, MA, MS.
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