Sunday, August 7, 2011

Letraset ProMarkers are HERE!

Hi friends!
After much anticipation I am SO proud to say we have Letraset ProMarkers in! These awesome markers have nibs on each end containing alcohol-based, non-toxic, permanent ink! One of my favorite things about these markers is that they have such a wide variety of sets. This means the wonderful people at Letraset have specifically combined colors that will work wonderfully for projects!

Don't the have PHENOMENAL blending abilities?! The Hues 5 pack would be great to do this example from the I Love ProMarkers Challenge Blog!

With another example from their blog, I want to highlight how great the markers are at capturing skin tones! Letraset has a 5 pack for Skin Accents and a 5 pack for Skin Tones.

Letraset markers have two built in nibs on either end- one being a fine bullet point tip for details and smaller spaces, while the other end is chiseled shaped for larger areas. As yo can see with the Blender Marker example, depending on how you use the larger, chiseled side you can variations of line widths too.
I think this picture below is not only humorous, but also is a great example of how Letraset's ProMarkers have an extended color depth. If you continue going over the same spot, the color will get more deep and more rich- which is great for shading! Also, I LOVE that these markers don't streak! When you use them, the ink will appear perfectly even!

Even if you aren't into using markers for stamping techniques, Letraset has a wide variety of sets that will work perfect for products like:
and even Manga Comics!
Thanks for reading, and I can't wait to see what some of you could create with these markers!

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  1. YAY!!!! you made my dream come true. It's hard to buy this markers because they can't ship to my country, but now I can buy my markers with you guys. Thanks, thanks.......

  2. I have never used the markers but I have been using the Letraset blending pen for year and just love it. It will blend markers and regular pencil crayons. I actually have an older version which had 3 tips on it (2 were on top of each other). Nowdays they only have the 2 tips but you probably don't need the super fine one anyway.


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