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- A set of 6 shades that are great for skin tones
- Alcohol-based professional markers
- Precise and flexible line control
- 72 colours in the range
- Highly blendable
- Offers print quality, streak-free coverage
- Bullet Shaped Brush and Broad nibs
The Winsor & Newton ProMarker Brush provides the ultimate in precise and flexible line control, adding versatility to your drawing and illustration practice. The 72-colour rich range is highly blendable and offers print quality, streak-free coverage. This set includes the following colours: Almond, Dusky Pink, Blush, Praline, Saddle Brown and Burnt Sienna.
Adding versatility to your drawing and illustration, this twin-tipped marker features a broad nib and a highly durable brush nib, providing precise and flexible line control.
The bullet shaped brush nib is a very versatile nib that enables the user to create a variety of strokes. The broad nib has a chisel shape and is right for quick visuals and filling in large areas.
ProMarker Brush ink is alcohol based and colours are formulated using fine professional quality dyes. It's this formulation that makes the colour apply evenly, giving the user smooth, consistent coverage. With ProMarker Brush pens it's easy to achieve a flawless print-quality finish when colouring by hand.
For the appropriate results, use ProMarker Brush in conjunction with Winsor & Newton Bleedproof Paper. Although lightweight at just 75gsm, it has been formulated to prevent marker ink from bleeding. It's also very white and smooth and will make your colours look rich and vibrant with high levels of contrast. When not using Bleedproof Marker Paper, it is ideal to use a heavyweight paper or card stock with a smooth coated surface.
It's possible to overlay different ProMarker Brush colours to produce more colours and depending on how wet the ink is, smooth transitions can be achieved. A colourless Blender is part of the range which can be used to soften and merge colours together.
View the complete ProMarker Brush colour chart