BrushmarkerPRO Mega Box

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The BrushmarkerPRO Mega Box by Karin is a crafter's delight! The set of 60 brushmarkers and three colorless blenders comes in an exclusive box for convenient storage, with the markers arranged to facilitate easy tonal transitions. Each marker contains 2.4 ml of non-toxic, dye-based paint and features Karin's proprietary "liquid ink" technology that maintains the ink color down to the last drop. In addition, they are equipped with a super durable and flexible nylon tip that is specially designed for blending and mixing colors. The blenders make it easy to brighten colors or create smooth tonal transitions.

Set of 63 markers includes:
Canary, Gold, Almond, Blush, Pale Orange, Amber, Skin 1, Skin 2, Orange Red, Fire Red, Red, Lipstick Red, Pale Pink, Rose Pink, Magenta Red, Burgundy, Cerise, Magenta, Red Lilac, Lilac, Plum, Pale Violet, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Sapphire Blue, Royal Blue, Egyptian Blue, Cyan, Sky Blue, Arctic Blue, Turquoise, Cool Aqua, Lush Green, Olive Black, Olive Green, Ocean Teal, Grass, Apple, Curry, Lime Green, Ochre, Rosewood, Sandstone, Praline, Copper Brown, Henna, Cinnamon, Cocoa, Sepia, Cool Gray 1, Cool Gray 2, Cool Gray 3, Warm Gray 1, Warm Gray 2, Warm Gray 3, Neutral Gray 1, Neutral Gray 2, Neutral Gray 3, Black, Sulphur Yellow, and three Colorless Blenders.

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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Karin Markers

    Published by Cathy Wolff on Aug 10th 2021

    I’ve debated about these for a while but I really want to do more watercoloring and to learn to do it correctly. I chose these after watching many videos. They’re beautiful and the colors are so vibrant. Love ‘em.

  • 5

    Published by Michelle on Jun 22nd 2021

    I knew I would love these from getting the few at Stamp Joy, I did not, however, realize how much I would love these! I did not know about the blender pens in the box, and the variety of ways these pens could be used with the instruction pamphlet in the box. I hope I can take my coloring skills to a better level with these pens! Expensive, yes, but I think a worthwhile purchase!

  • 4
    Watercolor in a brush

    Published by Kristina LeCloux on Feb 16th 2021

    I learned how to craft with tombows, so I have been watercoloring for a while. I have used the Karins 3 times now. Both with pen to watercolor paper, brush and water -- and scribble on my mat and puck up with brush and water. I get a better blend with the scribble. The colors are very vibrant more so doing direct to paper. They just might take me a little longer to adjust to them.

  • 5
    Karin Brushmarker Pro

    Published by Fran Weinberg on Feb 3rd 2021

    I just received the set of markers and played with them for a little bit. I think I’m going to enjoy them much better than real brush pens. I love the firmness of the tip (much like Copics) because I have better control with them.

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