Prismacolor Art Markers Tips & Techniques

Prismacolor Art Markers Tips & Techniques


(♪♪♪) Prismacolor Double Ended
Art Markers feature an advanced dye based
alcohol ink formulation for rich colour,
even coverage, and silky smooth flow. They are perfect for the
professional artist, student, or crafter. When you first
begin using markers you want to
look at paper choices, and there are a variety of
papers that you can choose. When you use the Prismacolor Double Ended
Art Marker you’ll see that it has
two distinct nibs: a fine line that will make
a very fine point, or a broader line, and a double ended
on the other side. On the other side of
the marker you have a tip that will
create broad, fine, or medium strokes also. When you’re colouring in, and you see that
you have some stripes, you may want to
go in another direction, and that will help to
even out the stripes. If you go out of the edge,
you’ll find that the Prismacolor Premiere
Colourless Blender Marker is great for cleaning up
your edges and it will act as an eraser
on tracing paper, and then you simply
clean it on some scrap paper by rubbing it around
and it’s good to go back in and use again. Another paper that
you may like to try would be the Marker Paper, and when you use
Marker Paper, it’s a good idea to try using
three different values of one colour
instead of simply one colour. A cool technique
that you could use with the double ended
art markers would be to take a Prismacolor
Colourless Blender, and double load it
with colour like this. I’ve loaded the green already,
and now I’m loading the red, and you get stripes
when you colour. This would be perfect for
interior designers or someone that
would want stripes. Another cool thing that
you can do with these is to take a plastic palette and put down some of
your marker ink, take a Prismacolor
Colourless Blender Marker and go in and create
custom colours here. You can pick up
some of this colour and put it into this one, and bring it back here, and create wonderful
custom colours, and remember to
clean off your Blender. If you’re finding that
your markers are too dry, you can simply place
a piece of acetate underneath your paper, or if your markers are
too juicy simply place a piece
of plain white paper, and that will alleviate
that problem. If you find that your
marker work is too dark or the colour is uneven, simply take a Prismacolor
Premiere Coloured Pencil and add highlights,
or make corrections to the colour. Our Prismacolor Premiere
Double Ended Markers are available in
156 beautiful colours and come in sets,
as well as open stock. (♪♪♪) Captioned by GigEcast
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