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Winsor & Newton Watercolor Markers beautify your pages with highly pigmented, lightfast color in a spectrum of 36 brilliant shades.
These markers have a double-ended design that includes both a fine point tip and a flexible brush tip, enabling techniques from subtle to precise.
The colors in the Winsor & Newton Watercolor Marker line mirror — and are fully intermixable with — Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolors. They also work well with all watercolor mediums.
Set of 12
This set includes one each of Lemon Yellow Hue, Cadmium Yellow Hue, Cadmium Red Hue, Alizarin Crimson Hue, Dioxazine Violet, Prussian Blue Hue, Cerulean Blue Hue, Hooker's Greek Dark, Sap Green, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, and Ivory Black.
Set of 6
This set includes one each of Cadmium Yellow Hue, Alizarin Crimson Hue, Prussian Blue Hue, Sap Green, Yellow Ochre, and Ivory Black.
Shipping Note — Due to manufacturer distribution restrictions, Winsor & Newton products cannot be shipped to addresses outside of North America.
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Fun for adult coloring!
from Royal oak mi
Comments about Winsor & Newton Winsor & Newton Watercolor Markers:
Purchased as birthday gift for daughter.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Love these markers
By ArtEscapes by Anna
from Running Springs, CA
I first used these when they first reached the market and now have ordered more to fill in the gaps! Love these for my detailed work on my cards!
Gave set to a friend - i loved these so much
from Fort Mill, SC
These are vibrant and easy to blend! a dream to work with.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Overall very nice markers
The markers overall are really nice, thought the pallete of colors I find are very bright compared to some other markers, i.e. Tombow or Copic so that these are less suited I think for illustration.
love in a watercolor marker
from Washington Boro PA
I have had excellent results with windsor Newtown products and as I am of advanced age the brush does not allow for a straight line, the markers help tremendously. I have conquered layering and color mixing with this product and the valuable art of texture.
Good quality markers-but one was dried out and unusable.
from Putnam county, NY
One marker was dried out so I phoned customer service and they are sending me a replacement.
Awesome Watercolor Markers
from Boise ID
I am enjoying these watercolor markers so much!
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Unique and fun product
from Minneapolis. MN
I did a lot of research prior to purchasing these markers and lots of tests to decide if they were right for me. The biggest issue I've read about these markers is finding the right paper. W&N recommends using their paper with these markers.I ordered a few of these markers and tried them out on papers I had on hand: Fluid cold press, Arches hot press, Arches cold press, Strathmore 300 & 500 series cold press, Canson Montval cold press.The best paper for me by a long shot was the Canson Montval. The makers stained the other papers and blending was difficult. Best technique for blending on any paper was wet in wet, lots of water on a mop brush or scrubbing with a water brush. However, if you do lots of scrubbing be aware the binder in the paint gets worked up and creates bubbles which creates a soft 'salt' effect when dry.I tried to improve blending on other papers by pre-treating with gum arabic and lift aids. None of these worked very well. I did see an improvement in blending but the paint still stained, it wasn't enough for me to 'love' using other papers. After more research I found most markers contain staining pigments, which is probably why lifting is difficult. The Colors that stain the worst and would only blend with wet in wet where:Cadmium Yellow Hue, Cadmium Yellow Pale Hue, Cerulean Blue Hue, Mid Blue, Sepia, Ivory Black, Lamp BlackMild Staining:Quinacridone Magenta, Phthalo Green (yellow shade), Hookers Green Dark, Phathalo Blue (red shade), Prussian Blue Hue, Dioxazine Violet, Burnt Umber, Raw UmberI recommend getting only one black, lamp and ivory are very similar. I personally like Payne's Gray better, it looks like a Sharpe (black with a purple sheen) out of the marker but has a high tinting strength in washes. Once wet it's a beautiful dark blue. The Payne's Gray is the darkest blue in the set.
(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
BLICK IS A "WINNER" IN MY BOOK!!!!
By BOWLER BARB
from MECHANICSBURG, PA
I HAVE NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED WITH ANY PRODUCT I PURCHASED FROM BLICK.....AND SO EASY TO ORDER AND MAIL HAS ALWAYS BEEN TIME.....
from Tulsa, OK
I use these markers when I create greeting cards. They work well both with & without water. I like using the markers for my cards because they travel well so I can always have my supplies on hand to make a card when I need to, even if we are traveling.
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