promarker v.s copic markerOkie dokey, my first journal entry and i would like to compare two methods of traditional colouring:promarker v.s copic marker5 years ago in Personal More Like This
the cheaper option...
and the expensive option
The some what cheaper alternative of Copic, the Promarker is also sold in Britain: HobbyCraft to be precise
Roughly £15 pound for the main packets, and between £5-£10 for the expansion packs, I have been mainly a Promarker person for coming onto 2 years now at Christmas. At first, I found it difficult to draw with, I'd never used markers like these before and I didn't realise how much they bled, if the paper wasn't the specialist paper. I did have a couple of packs of the special paper, but, eventually, I just couldn't be arsed to keep buying it and started on printer paper and my sketch books. I actually found, although sometimes u could see the bleed marks on closer inspection, the colours were much more vivid and blended beautifully. Most of the work on this account is done on normal printer paper,