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Premier Brush|Fine Art Markers

About this Pencil

Flexibility to Create

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.

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Artist’s Corner

Tip for the taking:Marker Blending

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Not sure if this will help anyone, I'm a pretty amateur artist, but when using markers, I find it easier to make everything look smoother and more blended when I do darker colors first, then use lighter colors on top. I've heard that most Prismacolor products work this way. And also, basic tip, color in a circular motion when blending.

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Created with Premier Brush|Fine Art Markers

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From Thick Strokes to Fine Detail

The Brush|Fine Double-Ended Marker lets you create with flexibility.

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