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Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers deliver beautiful pigmented colors that are guaranteed to be lightfast for 100 years.
These markers blend easily with a minimum of feathering or bleeding, and feature a chisel tip for broad strokes, a fine tip for fine lines and detail work, and an ergonomic barrel design.
The range of 120 vibrant colors is augmented by a unique White blender for blending colors, creating pastel colors, softening shades and tones, and even drawing on black paper. Choose from a wide selection of skin tones, earthtones, and landscape colors, plus an extensive range of 24 Grays.
Usage Note — Do not use with alcohol-based markers.
Note — Set contents are listed in the Item Specs Tab.
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.
Shipping Note — Due to manufacturer distribution restrictions, Winsor & Newton products cannot be shipped to addresses outside of North America.
Blue Tones, Set of 6
Cool Greys, Set of 6
Rich Tones, Set of 6
Skin Tones, Set of 6
Vibrant Tones, Set of 6
Assorted Tones, Set of 12
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(based on 22 reviews)
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Top of the line
from Ionia, MI
Comments about Winsor & Newton Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers:
Blends well and the colors are bright and clear.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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These markers are fantastic for wood and cardstock paper. I love these markers; and, someday will have every color.
Windsor and Newton Pigment marker review
from Atlanta Georgia
I have recently gotten into adult coloring books using alcohol markers such as Prisma Color and Copic. I wanted to see how the Windsor and Newton Pigment markers stacked up to the alcohol markers. I was worried that I would not be able to blend as well with the pigment vs alcohol markers. I was happy to find out that with the supplied blending pen my worries were unfounded. The only negative I found was the length of the pen did not fit in my homemade pen holder. Not a very bad negative at all.
(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Skin color markerd
They are hard to open. Not exactly what I was looking for.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry that these markers are not what you were expecting, and we'll be happy to assist you with a return or exchange. Please give us a call at 1-800-723-2787 to speak to a Customer Care Agent.
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Not a alcohol marker.
These are very different from Copics, they are not alcohol markers. They work better with smooth paper then with porous paper. There is a learning curve to them so be patient.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Royal Oak, MI
I love the intense colors, but I've been very disappointed because the colors don't really blend as advertised—unless you buy W&N's special pigment marker paper. That's fairly expensive—but more irritating is that it isn't available (yet?) at any of the retailers I've checked, include Dick Blick. I mostly do stamping and I was excited by demos I'd seen of how the colors, plus the white blender, offered a range of options. The markers do blend beautifully on vellum. I thought Yupo would work, but unlike others, I didn't succeed in getting much blending. The other problem I had right off is that if you're not very careful about putting the cap back on, you can damage the chisel tip; Perhaps a brush tip would work better.
Merchant response: We actually do have the Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker paper available. If you would ever like assistance finding products on our website, please feel welcome to reach out to our Product Information Department. Product Specialists are available weekdays from 8am to 5:30pm CST at 1-800-933-2542 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and they're happy to help you!
(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Winsor Newton Pigment Markers
By Love to stamp
from Harrisburg, PA
Review of Winsor Newton Pigment Markers for Dick Blick.These markers are beautiful. The case, shape , dual tip, and color numbering system are just right and the wide range of available pigment colors pushed me over the purchasing edge. Each marker comes individually wrapped , instead of having to choose one that, hopefully , has not seen too much use from product samplers at the local craft store. After opening each marker , I chose a few colors to experiment with and enjoyed every minute of it. I am not a professional artist, neither have I taken any marker lessons, nor art lessons. I simply fell in love with the beautiful display of colors and had to have them.Picture 1 was experimentation on Canson Mix Media 138 lb. paper, picture 2 was experimentation using white card stock. Please see pictures attached to this review.I am a stamper, I do not draw very well and would like to learn lettering someday. What I loved about using these markers for stamping is the effect the markers gave the leaves and postage stamp design in these applications, with or without the white and colorless blender markers. I need help learning how to use these markers. I have been searching out some tutorials online and find them instructive, however there are not many of them available.
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Leaves using a variety of applications
Tags: Made with Product, Using Product
Applications using plain white cardstock
Tags: Using Product, Made with Product
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Could be Better
By Simon Sez
from Northwest, USA
I think the markers could be improved by offering a brush tip as in W&N's other line of Watercolour Markers. The broad felt tip is not particularly amenable to shading or more delicate operations. Given that these Pigment Markers are apparently aimed at an audience seeking archival qualities in their work it would seem to make sense to offer a brush tip OR broad tip option. As it stands now I can't justify a mark higher than 3 stars, and would only reccomend them to someone who regularly uses this type of product but desires greater resistance to fading and shifting.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from Diana, TX
Tips dislodge causing drips. Poor tips on two in set of twelve. Color coverage is good. Control could be better.
Merchant response: We apologize for the faulty tips on some of the markers you received from us. One of our Customer Care Agents will be reaching out to take care of this for you.
from western MA
I bought these thinking they were water-based acrylic markers, due to the fact that they're pigmented. These are alcohol markers and are transparent. The main problem is that they seemed half dried out, FAR from "juicy", even compared to other alcohol-based markers. Also seriously over-packaged.
Merchant response: We're sorry that these markers weren't what you expected. One of our Customer Care Agents will be in touch to see how we can help.
Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers deliver beautiful pigmented colors that are guaranteed to be lightfast for 100 years. These markers blend easily with a minimum of feathering or bleeding, and feature a chisel tip for broad strokes, a fine tip for fine lines and detail work, and an ergonomic barrel design.
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