Sharpie 4ct Fine Tip Marker - Assorted Color
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- "The fine tip markers are great for so many different things." in 1 review
But what do you do when those cheap ineffective markers dry out? Or leak? Or fade on whatever surface you wrote on?
You buy a Sharpie. Because you realize that by trying to save a couple dollars, you’ve completely abandoned the quality you know holds up over time. Sharpie never fails, it never disappoints. I’ve had Sharpie permanent markers that I forgot in a drawer and YEARS LATER, they still worked as if I just bought them. They release just enough ink as you write, and your writing will last very well on hard surfaces. And the fine tip makes it easy to write smaller and more detailed. It’s convenient and fantastic, no doubt about it.
Sharpie is a trusted name brand for a reason, and it’s the only brand of permanent marker I’ll buy.
I find the cost very reasonable and I have found that they last longer than the traditional art markers. You do need to be careful as they are permenant and they will not *blend* like general artist markers but if you are using them to outline or fill in large amounts of space with the same color, these are tops in the price range.
I generally use these with a more solid paper to prevent bleed-through to the other side or general bleeding of colors. Not a paper as thick as watercolor paper but a decent drawing paper. These arent the kind of markers I would sketch on newsprint for example.
the new colors they came up with are clear, sharp and eye catching and the nibs are solid. These are a very good pen in the catagory
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