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Copic Ciao 72 Piece Marker Set - A
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Packaged in a clear plastic case, this Copic set is the ideal way to begin or add to a marker collection. Copic markers are the original line of high quality illustrating tools used for decades by professionals around the world. These refillable pens feature replaceable nibs and give a lifetime of use. Computerised colour matching and strict manufacturing standards have provided over 25 years of guaranteed colour consistency, which means that Copic inks never vary from batch to batch. Copic markers have long been the choice of industry professionals who need a reliable marker with great coverage and guaranteed results. Available in a wide range of colours, they provide the ultimate solution to all aspects of design.
Ciao all-round markers come in 180 colours, have a universal medium broad nib and a super brush nib. The replaceable Super Brush nib acts like a paintbrush in both feel and application. There are also other tip sizes available, which you can purchase separately. As well as this, the inks are colour matched with the original COPIC Markers and can be refilled with Various Ink.
This set contains the following colours: B39, E00, E02, E04, E08, E21, E29, E33, E35, E37, E47, E51, C1, C3, C5, C7, 0, 100, G00, G02, G05, G17, G21, G99, BG01, BG09, BG10, BG15, BG23, BG93, B00, B05, B23, B24, B29, B32, R29, R32, R59, YR00, YR02, YR04, YR07, YR20, Y00, Y02, Y06, Y08, Y17, YG03, YG06, YG11, YG41, YG67, BV00, BV02, BV04, BV06, V04, V09, V12, V17, RV02, RV04, RV10, RV21, RV23, RV29, RV42, R02, R20, R27.
- Dual-tip design
- Nibs are interchangeable and replaceable
- Full colour spectrum
- Refillable - one bottle of ink will fill a marker up to 13 times
- Markers come in an easy to arrange case
- Crafted with the artist in mind
72 x Copic Ciao Markers
From the manufacturer
Copic Ciao Set A 72 Colours
Copic markers are the original line of high quality illustrating tools used for decades by professionals around the world. The Ciao marker is the most economical Copic marker, providing the same great quality and experience as Sketch, but at a more attractive price.
The markers feature a medium broad nib and a super brush nib. The Medium Broad nib allows for thick strokes while the Super Brush nib works great for variable-width strokes.
These markers are great for beginners, students, mangaka and hobby artists alike. With a medium broad and a super brush nib, they can be used for any colouring purpose.
Colours can be mixed on the surface or layered on top of each other to create built up colour effects.
Packaged in a clear plastic case, this Copic set is the ideal way to begin or add to a marker collection.
Copic Ciao markers are alcohol based and therefore non-toxic. The ink dries acid-free and does not destroy paper fibers the way water based inks do. Each marker features a coloured cap, which enables fast and accurate colour identifcation.The caps are child-safe which feature small air holes. The round barrel design enables easy use.
The ink applies smoothly and is easy to blend and the open time on uncoated papers is limitless, so you can go back and re-wet the ink years later!
Copic markers are fully refillable. A Copic Various ink bottle will refill your marker up to 15 times! Once you have purchased a marker, it is yours for life. By refilling the ink your marker will last a lifetime. Some artists have been using the same markers for almost 25 years.
With Copics fast drying, smudge-free ink you can be confident in continuing your project without losing valuable time waiting for areas to dry.
Variety of Brilliant Colours
The Copic Ciao Marker A Set contains an assortment of colours including; B39, E00, E02, E04, E08, E21, E29, E33, E35, E37, E47, E51, C1, C3, C5, C7, 0, 100, G00, G02, G05, G17, G21, G99, BG01, BG09, BG10, BG15, BG23, BG93, B00, B05, B23, B24, B29, B32, R29, R32, R59, YR00, YR02, YR04, YR07, YR20, Y00, Y02, Y06, Y08, Y17, YG03, YG06, YG11, YG41, YG67, BV00, BV02, BV04, BV06, V04, V09, V12, V17, RV02, RV04, RV10, RV21, RV23, RV29, RV42, R02, R20, R27.
Copic marker nibs are interchangable. You can swap and replace them should you need to. By replacing damaged nibs your markers will last a lifetime.
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The closest approximate neighbor of the Copics I have used is Letraset Promarkers, a similar (and incredibly cheap) alchohol based marker series with a much smaller range of colours, so it's fair that I compare the two.
Again, the Promarkers have a tiny available range (I own 24 and I only know of a few other very small sets), but next to Copics anything has a tiny range. The large range of colours in this set alone make the ridiculously high price worthwhile.
The promarkers have allot more bleed through onto surfaces underneath your paper, whatever material you're using. With Copics that happens allot less; if you use them with light strokes as intended. you won't have much of any bleed-through unless it's an especially strong colour, but even then I'd recommend having blank cheap paper or any scrap paper underneath your Copic pieces while you work on them, especially if you're working in a sketchbook instead of loose-leaf paper.
The Copics, compared to the Promarkers, have a skinnier barrel to them but still offer the same basic marker principle of a brush nib and a slanted nib. On Promarkers, the barrel of the pens indicate the colours compared with the matte black lids, whereas these many pens have a grey barrel with highly recognizable colour lids, and colour names and numbers along the barrels.
I found getting the Copic pens out of the otherwise alright though janky-to-pull-out-of plastic case pictured tough, so I just purchased a large studio pouch for the pens. A simple solution (any large makeup bag will do), and a worthy sacrifice over getting to see the colour I want immediately, as the plastic case seemed to exacerbate some dripping/leakage of the ink when the pens were then opened.
A great step up from Letraset Promarkers, and a slightly affordable (though I assume no less usable) budget version of the original Copic range of markers. I wouldn't say the regular range has anything over this one, and I'd recommend to anyone just starting out with this medium to first practice with any other more affordable alcohol marker brand before coming to this one, unless you can afford to purchase Copic Ciao's straight away, in which case DO. This is the optimum range of colour markers. They also seem to work well enough with decent colouring pencils, though I've had much less practice putting this and that together.
Alas, they don't seem to work very well with ballpoint pen drawings, but that's more of an aesthetic thing, it doesn't necessarily cause any big problems. Waterproof line pens from here on out, but that's the only reason (besides random leakage) that I could have taken a star off for.