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Enjoy ultimate convenience with open stock alcohol markers. Whether you're drawing landscapes or illustrating comic books, alcohol-based markers provide excellent versatility with a long-lasting and vibrant finish. Alcohol ink markers can also be layered on top of each other to create stunning visual effects. In fact, they’re the blending markers of choice among artists looking for photo-realistic pictures and sketches. First-time artists will be pleased to find alcohol markers incredibly easy and forgiving. If you want only one colour or need to replace several, try Arteza’s huge collection of open stock alcohol markers!
What are alcohol markers for? Alcohol markers can be used for a number of different creative projects, as they are superbly versatile. They're commonly used for artwork such as detailed portraits and bold illustrations. Several professions employ alcohol markers, thanks to the level of detail one can achieve—which is why architects often use them to illustrate building designs.
Which paper is best for alcohol markers? Most paper can be used for drawing or sketching with alcohol markers. But for the best results, you should use paper that isn't too light in weight or rough in texture. If the paper is too thin, there's a chance the ink will cause rips or tears. This is especially true if you are trying to achieve shading and blending. If the paper is too rough, you could encounter feathering or puddling in the crevices.
How can you tell if a marker is alcohol based? You can tell whether a marker is alcohol based by applying water to the dry ink. If the ink doesn't run, then chances are it’s alcohol based. Water-based markers will run because the pigments are held together with water, increasing the likelihood that they’ll separate again.
Replenish your collection of colours and tips with open stock alcohol markers. Your favourite colours will always be close at hand, while replacement nibs ensure that sharp lines and subtle shading are consistent. From first-time creatives to seasoned professionals, alcohol markers should be a well-stocked item in every artist’s toolkit. The same goes for mixed-media paper, which is the perfect weight for any artwork using alcohol-based markers. If you’ve run out of a favourite colour or just need nibs again, make sure to swing by Arteza’s online store and check out our selection of open stock alcohol markers. We’ve got everything you need—toss some in your cart today!