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Winsor & Newton Promarker Watercolour Single Colours

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  • Nib 1: Fine Bullet
  • Nib 2: Flexible Brush
  • Colours: 36
  • Sold Individually
  • Professional illustration markers
  • Water-based, highly pigmented artist-quality ink
  • Dual-tipped, with both a fine bullet & flexible brush nib
  • Highly soluble, achieve beautiful watercolour effects easily
  • Reactivated using water, stop & return to your work any time
  • Popular amongst students, artists, designers, illustrators & more!

Also available as a Set, click here to view!

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A more recent addition to their already impressively varied Promarker range, these professional illustration markers from Winsor & Newton make it easier than ever to achieve beautiful, unique watercolour effects.

Available in 36 individual colours & as a convenient collection highlighting several of the most popular & versatile tones, which can be found here.

Each marker is dual-tipped, with a fine bullet point on one end & a flexible brush on the other, perfect for creating a variety of stunning, sweeping line thicknesses and detailing.

Their versatile water-based ink combines the bold, sharp qualities of a traditional marker with the subtleties & behaviour of watercolour paint, whilst their high concentrations of artist-quality pigments provides incredibly bold colours & actively prevents your work from fading.

If applying dry, it's best to use a dedicated marker pad, such as our very own YUPO pads.
Available in 2 sizes, these gummed pads include a specially developed, hardwearing synthetic paper ideal for dealing with even the most robust applications including alcohol, pigment & water-based inks!

If you'd prefer to work using water, it's best to focus primarily on watercolour paper & pads.
Available in a number of dimensions, weights, finishes & more, to view our entire range, please click here.

Reviews (7)

I was disappointed with the watercolour markers as the colours were very strong quite unlike watercolours. I find the colours too saturated and difficult to mix.
A bit disappointed especially with the Prussian Blue as it doesn’t blend It behaves more like an ink. The other colours are okay. I thought these would have been a good alternative to water colour pans but they’re not. Still I’ve enjoyed using them for limited applications
Great colours
Great pens.
Not used properly yet but think they will be a helpful addition to watercolour supplies.
Best thing since sliced bread Love using these watercolour pens
Good quality