Hi Friends! Today I am comparing 6 of the most popular brush markers on the market to see how they hold up and if they play nice together.
Honestly I like all of these but they each have unique qualities that different artists might prefer. Here is a handy checklist to print and record notes on as you try other brands yourself. brush_marker_comparison_chart
Now watch the video!
Here are the markers I used today (affiliate links used when available, thank you for your support:)
- Tria markers (letraset)
- Winsor & Newton BRUSHmarkers (formally Letraset FLEXmarkers and cheaper on the letraset website)
- Prismacolor Brush Tip Markers
- Sharpie Brush markers
- Copic Sketch or Ciao Markers
- Chameleon Color Tones
So now that you have the information you can go forth and color. Also, if you already have a bunch of chisel tip markers you can use them with your brush markers. I suggest you try a couple from each company before investing in a huge set and get different colors because they do play nice together. I keep all of my alcohol markers together for just that reason. Experiment ad have fun! If you have any questions let me know in the comments. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!
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