Copic Ciao Marker - 8 Muted Color Set

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4.5 (2 reviews)
Eight marker set includes: Cardinal, Sepia, Golden Yellow, Milky White, Warm Gray No. 5, Lime Green, Moss, and Night Blue.

Copic Ciao Markers are the perfect choice for beginning artists, and offer all the features of the Copic Sketch Markers, but in an economical size. These colored ink marker pens are made specifically for those who want to try markers in their art for the first time. The solid polypropylene body is both smooth and comfortable for a perfect controllable grip. The double ended markers have durable polyester brush and medium broad nib. Markers are low-odor, blendable, and for use on paper, leather, wood, fabric plastics, faux fur, and more!

Weight4.1 ounces
ManufacturerCopic Marker
Body Color Gray
Body Material Plastic
Clippable No
Color Set Yes
Design Style Beginner-Friendly, Double-Sided
Diameter - Grip 12.6 mm
Diameter - Max 12.6 mm
Grip Color Gray
Grip Material Plastic
Ink Characteristics Blendable, Low-Odor
Ink Refillable No
Length - Capped 14.9 cm
Length - Posted 17.2 cm
Length - Uncapped 14.1 cm
Mechanism Capped
Pre-Installed Ink Color Cardinal, Golden Yellow, Lime Green, Milky White, Moss, Night Blue, Sepia, Warm Gray No. 5
Tip Length 10.9 mm (for Brush), 7.8 mm (for Chisel)
Tip Material Felt
Tip Type Brush, Chisel

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This would be a great...
December 26, 2014
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This would be a great starter set if you want to get into Copic markers. This set has easily bendable colors to test and Ciao's are good because they're cheaper than Sketch. I would recommend buying a bigger set.

I bought this because I wanted the milky white after testing off of a friend. It's a really good skin color for lighter people.
The Copic multiliner is also good. Not to thick, not to thin if you know how add thickness.
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December 31, 2012