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Copic Ciao Double Ended Markers are the perfect choice for beginning artists who want to try markers for the first time. The Ciao's solid polypropylene barrel is round, smooth, and smaller than the Copic Sketch Marker's barrel, making it ideal for younger artists. The cap features an inner seal as well as choke-proof venting.
Ciao Markers feature two durable polyester nibs — Super Brush on one end and Medium Broad on the other end. The markers are low-odor, blendable, and great for use on paper, leather, wood, fabric, plastics, faux fur, and more. They're available in 144 colors and carefully selected sets.
Conforms to ASTM D-4236.
Caution – Follow safety instructions carefully. Not suitable for use by children age 12 and younger. Shipping restrictions apply to hazardous materials.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
Sort by Color Number note — To sort colors by their manufacturer number, click on the No. column header.
Shipping Note — Due to manufacturer distribution restrictions, Copic products cannot be shipped to addresses outside of North America.
Basic Set of 12
Set of 24 Markers
Set A of 36 Markers
Set B of 36 Markers
Set C of 36 Markers
Set D of 36 Markers
Set E of 36 Markers
Set A of 72 Markers
Set B of 72 Markers
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Note — Demand for Copic Ciao Markers continues to outpace manufacturer supply. While production has never been greater, there still is not enough product (or inventory) available to stock our shelves and fulfill our online orders. We are working with Copic to remedy this shortage. We appreciate your patience.
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from New York
Comments about Copic Ciao Double Ended Markers:
It's nice not to fill the land with unnecessary plastics and i appreciate using markers that are earth friendly and colors really well too. They are a nice size to hold and sketch/color with and to refill. I also use the blender markers and refill them with a combination color mix and rename it. They go on the paper smoothly and the colors blends well. Thanks.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I only go here!
from Riverside CA
I really only buy my copics here, considering where I live copic markers cost about $8 and here you can get them for a lower price and I don't have to wait long to see them in my mailbox.
Copics are the best, and Blick's prices can't be beat!
By Coloring Enthusiast
from Washington, DC
Crafting is my hobby - love to color/blend images for cardmaking.
Professional level For cheap
from Sioux Falls SD
If you're on the fence about getting copics and you're a beginner I'll put this review into a perspective that is easy to make a judgement. Copic makes 3 types of markers, sketch, original and ciao. All 3 are good markers but have their separate uses. This review is mostly about ciaos and sketch since they're the more popular choices. The original has a chisel tip and a bullet tip. The other two have chisel tips and brush tips (brush tip is the popular sought out tip). The difference between sketch and ciao is by their size and color variations. sketch hold more ink and have more colors while ciaos cost less per marker. If you're a beginner I would suggest going with ciaos until you get a better grasp of how they work and the colors you would want and the reason for this is because the ciaos cost way less initiall and still have a lot of colors to choose from. All of them are refillable and since size doesn't matter much on refill value. When your markers die and you buy refills the cost per refill is the same regardless of which markers you get the only real difference is you will refill the ciaos more often due to size and depending on how much you use them. Sketch have 358 colors to choose from and ciaos have roughly 214 which in my opinion is more than enough for a beginner. You can always mix and match between sketch and ciaos as well. The barrel on ciaos is circular while sketches are kind of oval shaped but both are very comfortable in your hand. These markers are alcoholic based markers so you will get bleed through on the other side of the paper but ive never had to go to the second piece after that. I've heard that they can smell too but I've never had a problem with them even once and I have used them 6+ hours at a time. You have the choice of buying these in sets, depending on what you're coloring I would recommend a buying a few first and seeing how you like them before getting a set. Great markers and they have infinite value with refills.
An awesome Copic product!
from Denver, Colorado
I use Copic Ciao and Copic products in general for illustration, and these are a really cost-effective way to fill out around half of your Copic collection! I wish the names were printed on the cap, but aside from that, the ink runs smooth and even, the brush tip is appropriately springy and the marker on a whole looks and feels very professional and blends easily and beautifully! The markers are the more economical Copic alternative and are a must-have for any mangaka or traditional artist! They're fun to use and so user-friendly!
I would buy this product again
from Trenton, NJ
I only use Copic markers and these markers are great quality.
By Artist Sam
from ABQ, NM
These markers are top of the line and last a lifetime with the ability to refill them. I prefer the Ciao marker to the more popular Sketch markers because of the slimmer barrel, but both are quality markers. The price for these markers is high up front, but Blick has the lowest prices I've seen anywhere.
Good price for the value
Great price and shipped quickly
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Three Copic Choices
from Simi Valley, CA
New to using brush markers. I've tried all three copic markers (Original, Sketch, and Ciao). Like all three of them for different reasons although not as fond of the original. Ciao offers a lot more "painting" capacity it seems but Sketch offers a finer line. I can see the Original being more for detailed (line) drawing. Currently taking Sandy Allnok's online blending class. Hope to use Copic pens as part of stamping design plans and mixed media art forms.
I seriously love these markers and this retailer sells them at such a great price. These are great for on the go and they color payout is amazing. Copic is the way to go!
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