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Fineliner Color Pen Set (HUGE SET OF 60 COLORING PENS) Colorful Ultra Fine 0.4mm Felt Tips in 30 Individual Colors - Porous Point Marker - Perfect for Drawing & Adult Coloring Books

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Fine Tip Markers : FabricMate Permanent Superfine Fabric Markers

Portable fine tip marker in half the size
Take it anywhere for tasks on the go
Cap clip easily attaches to key chains, golf bags, lanyards and more
Permanent on most surfaces
Quick drying
AP Certified nontoxic ink formula
4 assorted colours to make your marking unique

Markers leave a permanent mark on any surface without smearing. Fine writing tip and quick drying ink guarantee clear, identifiable markings. Black marker 52899-475 has an extra-fine tip for marking with a precise, crisp line. Choice of four colors.

Expo Markers Dry Erase Washable Fine Tip Markers

  • Purple ink prominently displays vivid color for your creative masterpieces
  • Fine tip permanent markers produce precise strokes and lines
  • Waterproof, pen-style permanent marker makes it easier to create your masterpiece
  • Ink dries instantly for your convenience
  • Each Sharpie® permanent marker can write on foil, metal, plastic, glass, cloth, rubber, waxed paper and more
  • AP certified non-toxic ink resists smearing, fading and smudging
  • One dozen purple permanent markers per pack

Fine and Ultra-Fine Tip Markers.

New LePlume 3100 Series Fine Brush Tip Markers from Marvy Uchida open up an even wider range of possibilities to marker artists of any style! The 3100 Series features an innovative new fiber brush tip that is even finer and more flexible than the original LePlume, meaning that even finer detail is achievable with less effort. Available in 36 vibrant colors that match perfectly with the original marker range, as well as a complete set, the LePlume 3100 Series is sure to become an exciting and versatile new addition to the supply boxes of comic book and manga artists, fine art and graphic designers the world over!

Begin by lightly drawing leaf shapes on your paper. I like to look at the blotches of color and draw shapes on top of them. Using a fine tip permanent marker, trace over your penciled in drawing. When the marker is completely dry you can go in and erase the light pencil marks.