Set of 6 Winsor & Newton Promarkers in Pastel Tones:
Buttercup, Soft Peach, Pale Pink, Lavender, Cool Aqua, Meadow Green.
Winsor & Newton ProMarker is a high quality twin-tipped marker that makes the perfect introduction to colouring with alcohol based markers.
Two built-in nibs, fine and broad. The fine bullet nib is narrower, making it ideal for more precise detailing and line work. The broad nib is great for quick visuals and filling in larger areas. Using the edge of the broad nib, a variety of different stroke widths can be achieved.
ProMarker colours have a translucent quality and can be layered to achieve varying depth and opacity. Going over the same spot creates a darker tone of the same colour, enabling a versatile range of shading effects.
The colour dyes used in ProMarkers ensure even colour laydown, with outstanding vibrancy and tonal variation. Unlike ordinary felt tipped pens or low grade markers, ProMarker colour appears perfectly even, with no unsightly streaking.
Fully blendable - it is possible to overlay different ProMarker colours to produce new colours and depending on how wet the ink is, smooth transitions can be achieved. A special colourless ProMarker Blender is part of the range which can be used to soften and merge colours together.
ProMarker offers an extensive palette of 148 colours, ranging from subtle pastels through to bold vibrant hues. The colours provide for a broad range of creative applications, from design and illustration through to comic art and all kinds of craft based activities.
- 147 colours + colourless blender.
- Dual nib - fine and broad chisel
- Alcohol and dye based formulation (low alcohol base - increases vibrancy)
- Fast drying ink
- Even colour application - no streaking
- Translucent colours perfect for layering to achieve depth
- Great for rendering and shading
- Can be used on plastic or metal also
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