Set of 36 Assorted tone Pigment Markers in a handy storage container.
Lemon Yellow Light, Winsor Yellow, Winsor Yellow Deep, Winsor Orange (Red shade), Scarlet, Winsor Red, Winsor Red Deep, Carmine, Light Magenta (Blue Shade), Mauve, Winsor Violet Dioxazine, Violet Blue Deep, Indigo, Phthalo Blue, Sky Blue, Phthalo Teal Light, Emerald, Sap Green, Lime Green, Yellow Green, Vandyke Brown, Burnt Umber Light, Yellow Gold Light, Linen, Portrait Pink, Henna, Warm Grey 5, Warm Grey 2, Toner Grey 4, Toner Grey 2, Cool Grey 2, Cool Grey 4, Black, White Blender, Colourless Blender.
IMPORTANT TIP: We strongly recommend using the Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker Pad for optimal results using these markers.
Blending is not effective on regular cartridge or watercolour paper.
Bubbling and leaking may be due to changes in air pressure or the temperature differences. As the temperature has dropped the pens don't bubble or leak but they did when they first arrived.Shoshana Latter (Bicton, Australia) on 1 May 2016
Ken Bromley's replies:
I am glad you like the markers. If you do have any further problems with bubbles or leaks, please let us know.
the pigments can be layered, mixed or used conventionally, comes out beautiful, the paper pad is necessary for moving the pigment around, but it's worth it Alexis Moore (Burlington, USA) on 24 Dec 2015
I absolutely love these markers for the painterly qualities they have, the beautiful range of colours and their high lightfastness ratings. On the right surface, they can be blended and mixed to create a myriad of shades. The two blenders are a fabulous addition, although I find the white blender to be more affective than the clear blender which tends to lift colour off. I also love the way these markers are presented when purchased in the pack of 36. The stand is a perfect way to store and use them. Unfortunately the design of these pens is flawed leading to them being temporarily discontinued within Australia. One end has a bullet tip which is great for detail work, the other end has a wedge tip and if the lid is not placed on correctly then it can damage this delicate tip and render your marker useless. Both ends of the marker need to be put on a certain way or the markers don't sit properly within the display box. These markers would be so much better with a brush tip at one end and lids that can be put on at any angle. I still highly recommend these markers but feel with some reworking they would be much more user friendly as it is time consuming having to stop each time to check if the lid has been put on the right way. I use these in conjunction with the Winsor and Newton Watercolour markers and they work well together but the watercolour markers have a superior design. Karen Hull (Glenmore Park, Australia) on 20 May 2017