FREE PAD: Free Pigment Marker Pad A5 with each Pigment Marker Set while stocks last. (The free pad won't show on your web order, but will ship with your order).
With a sumptuous representation of five sections of the full Pigment Marker colour spectrum, the set of six Rich Tones is a versatile introduction to Pigment Marker. Use Mauve, Carmine, Winsor Yellow Deep, Phthalo Blue Deep and Emerald alongside the free White Blender to explore myriad colours and effects. For optimal blending performance, use the colours on Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker Paper. The set comes in an interlocking case, so you can steadily build your Pigment Marker collection and easily attach two, three or more sets.
Set includes: Mauve, Carmine, Winsor Yellow Deep, Phthalo Blue Deep, Emerald and White Blender.
Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers are made with Winsor & Newton professional fine art pigments, delivering an intense colour range that is truely lightfast for up to 100 years, with maximum blending possibilities just like paint.
VIBRANT - Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker colours keep their vibrancy, whereas dye-based ink loses vibrancy as it sinks into the surface.
SLOW DRYING - the pigment colour has been designed to be slower drying and more fluid to allow movement and optimum blending.
ERGONOMIC DESIGN WITH TWO NIBS - a triangular end with fine nib for precision and detail, plus a round end with chisel tip for broad strokes.
107 COLOURS - an extensive palette, offering full strength vivid colours to subtle shades.
WHITE BLENDER - introducing the first ever White Blender, specifically designed for the Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker system. Using white titanium dioxide pigments, this remarkable new pen lets you build, blend and soften colours like never before. Mix tones fluidly and intuitively creating myriad colours and subtle effects - even on black paper.
ABOUT WINSOR & NEWTON
Winsor & Newton has always been core to the world of art materials. They proudly maintain the pledge of manufacturing "The World's Finest Artist's Materials".
This is as true now as it was when the company was founded in 1832, and they take their relationship with the artist very seriously.
Winsor & Newton have built their reputation on the quality and reliability of their products, combined with continual product development, improvement and innovation. However, while keeping true to the principles laid down by William Winsor and Henry Newton in the 1800's they actively embrace new ideas, new technologies, and search the world for the best raw materials available.