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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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from Newark, NJ
Comments about Winsor & Newton Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers:
Colors didn't blend on other surfaces. You need to buy W&N paper to use the product well. But limits your creativity and although the colors are bright the price per pen is outrageous.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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no,i would not buy this product again.
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I watched a video of a woman using these markers.but,they didn,t work that well when I used them.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Like painting without the mess
from minneapolis, mn
I don't like how these markers handle on W&N pigment marker paper or on Yupo. They lift easily and are a streaky mess. I think they are fantastic on slightly more absorbent paper. I sacrifice their advertised 'blend ability' by not using a slicker surface but I don't miss it. I love markers, copic, prismas. I am used to working with quick drying alcohol markers. If I work fast I can get some amazing blends but once dry not even a blender will help. The same is true for these markers. My favorite paper for these makers is Borden and Riley Pen and Ink paper. It has a slightly slick surface which allows for more blending then I can get out of alcohol markers. Drying takes long enough that I have to give the markers a chance to 'rest' otherwise I risk disturbing the under layers. I prefer to do more then one layer with the markers. The first layer tends to sink in and is difficult to lift, the second layer blends like a dream. Different pigments blend a little easier when layered. I also use rubbing alcohol 50% and a paint brush for blending when I want to smooth out a wash or if I want more blending control. The markers are a bit duller on my preferred paper, but I love it so much more, achieving smooth 'washes' on W&N paper takes more time and tools, Qtips and paper towel. I prefer the simple brush. I did a small doodle that turned into something I really like and wished I would have planed a bit better! If your a copic or prisma fan, there is a chance you will really hate these markers, on the wrong surface they have all the qualities marker artist hate; they are streaky (you will want alcohol and a brush), they have poor flow as they were designed to be used on slick paper so they will feel 'dry' on rag paper. Surfaces you can use the on are limited so they won't be as versatile. These markers strength is how forgiving they are, on B&R paper I was able to fix many mistakes by painting over with the white marker and starting over. Experiment and find your paper.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Images shared by sprite911
strawberry on W&N paper buffed smooth
Cymbidium Orchid on B&R paper
WN Pigment markers have wowed me!
I received the markers from my husband as a birthday present then purchased a few colors he didn't get after watching a demonstration by Lisa with Lachre Fine Arts. This has been a great new medium for me. I have completed one picture and working on the second. I love the way the markers can be manipulated even after they dry.
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I would buy these again..
I love these pigment markers...they are like using paint..they blend very well,provided you use them on the proper paper,such as the Winsor Newton Pigment Paper..I use them with Yupo paper,and Gessoed canvas,and they work great...very impressed with the blending capabilities of these markers...I won't be using Copics anymore..I will be buying more soon..
Top of the line
from Ionia, MI
Blends well and the colors are bright and clear.
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.
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.
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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