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Tria Marker 12 Pen Set Fashion Design

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  • The TRIA Triple Nib Marker System is a modern design tool that delivers the highest quality, professional results.
  • Markers feature a clear barrel and tactile grip.
  • pecially designed and longer lasting 3 nibs include: chisel, fine and brush
  • he modular system allows you to replace entire nib housings when worn and convert spare cartridges into markers
  • This set contains a collection of 12 Fashion Design colors and a colorless blender.

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Brand Letraset
Model NumberTRBFD
Item Weight481 g
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Best Sellers Rank 836,400 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight481 g
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Date First Available7 May 2010
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12 marker collection + blender stored in a black metal tin. - 3 built-in nibs: Broad, brush and ultra-fine - Modular design - create the marker that suits you - Digitally structured colour space - hue, saturation and luminosity. Includes: R327, R354, O527, O618, Y337, Y418, Y717, G136, G935, C528, B845, V528, BL

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Michael Smith on 11 Dec. 2011
These are not your average Felt-Tip pens. The price might lead you to that conclusion anyway. They originated as - and still are - professional tools for Graphic Designers who were / are familiar with Letraset's Pantone (R) colours, which were the standard for Print. These are serious Artist's tools, (hence the 'Pro' in the name of associated products perhaps) and are manufactured with that in mind. So don't buy these if all you want to do is block-fill the inside of the black lines in a child's colouring book. The ink is specially-formulated and the Blending Pen (in other sets) is a useful tool for avoiding having to purchase other Pens in intermediate spectrum colours. The Blending pen needs to be cleaned to eradicate unwanted colour that it will accumulate.

Letraset's original Pantone Markers (single tip) became these follow-up "TRIA" format (with 3 standard, ultra-fine and wedge tips) and also had the option of using a specifically-designed Airbrush attachment. Although the Pens here look exactly like the Tria, I don't know if the Promarker sets are tooled to fit the Airbrush adaptor for the Tria range, but I'm sure I'll soon find out. The adaptor is one of my prized possessions. It may be long out of production, so might be worth quite a bit :-)

Durability: When used sparingly, for their intended purpose, they can last almost a lifetime. I have 3 original Pantone Markers which I've had since 1975 and even though I've used them sparingly they all work perfectly today. (2011)

Educational: They do offer more realistic and subtle colour options with which to work. If a 12 pen set - all grey - makes you scratch your head, then they will help in teaching a child to look at colours in real life and to use the pens to realise shadings, tones and such. You never know...
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