Ohuhu Art Markers Dual Tips Coloring Brush Fineliner Color Pens, 60 Colors of Water Based Marker for Calligraphy Drawing Sketching Coloring Book Bullet Journal Art Mother's Day Back to School Gifts
- ✎ FLEXIBLE DUAL TIPS: These dual tipped marker pens are a must-have for your next masterpiece. Use the brush tip for coloring, shading, and blending, and the fine tip for smaller details. You can do it all with one marker!
- ✎ 60 GORGEOUS COLORS: You've never had a marker set quite this diverse. You'll get a huge range of vibrant, highly-pigmented colors. Each set includes primary colors and complementary colors, and blend beautifully for added dimension to your artwork.
- ✎ FAST DRYING: Easily layer and mix different colors without worrying about smudges and blotches
- ✎ STAY NICE AND ORGANIZED: Keep your marker pens organized in the included container! The handy barrel organizes the markers so that they're ready to go when inspiration strikes. Color-coded caps make choosing the right color easy.
- ✎ DRAWING, CALLIGRAPHY, AND MORE: The Ohuhu 60-color Marker Pen Set can do it all. It's perfect for drawing, illustrations, calligraphy, card making, stamping, color books, and anything else you might dream up. No matter your needs, these markers have got you covered!
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The Ohuhu 60-color Marker Pen Set is perfect for artists, illustrators, animators, interior designers, architects, children, or anyone looking to tap into their right brain.These markers come in a wide variety of striking, vivid colors spanning the entire color spectrum. Use the color-coded caps to make your selection!
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Lid colours don't always match the marker colour.
They are streaky if you are trying to cover large areas (without using water). This is true for any water based markers - unlike alcohol markers. Also unlike alcohol markers, they can't be layered as effectively.
The fineliner end is VERY fine.
I am not sure if we will get much use from the fine tips as they are a little too thin for us but the markers are not a bad buy overall. I think if you go in with a realistic expectation you will be happy, at around 50 cents a marker it is very affordable.
Highly recommend for people just like me who are just starting their art journey. I don't think these would be favourable for children under 7 as they have a fine liner on one end, which could probably make some pretty hefty marks in your furniture and walls if they were mistreated.
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- Comes in 60 colors
- Dual tip markers
- Flexible brush tips
- Good for the price
- Easy to use
- Some of the marker brush tips fray easily after one or a few uses
- Colors vary in opacity so you may have to go over brush strokes a few times to get desired color
- Cap colors do not always represent the color shown so you have to test out the color beforehand
Overall, a solid product for the price.
*Good color selection
*There are no duplicates (but some are close)
*The caps match the ink better than any other brand I’ve tried
*Caps fit securely
*Both ends of each pen are the same color
*Colors blend nicely
*Great customer service
*Some colors are not as pigmented as I’d like
*A few came with slightly imperfect brush nibs and dry fine nibs, but the company was quick to replace them
*Blending can be tricky because the paper gets over-saturated, but that probably has more to do with the paper than the marker
*The storage container is sturdy, but ideally markers should be stored horizontally and that’s not easy in a round container
*The markers aren’t named or numbered, so if you make a swatch chart, you’ll have to use a sticker or Sharpie to add a number yourself
*The brush tips don’t hold up very well
I’d love to try Copics, but I’m not an artist, I color in coloring books. For decades, I’ve used Crayola markers and geometric pattern books, but recently decided to try scenery books and realized I’d need super-fine tips. I picked these Ohuhu markers because they’re visually appealing, had good YouTube reviews, and were a reasonable price.
While using these, I accidentally discovered I can blend colors. It opened a whole new world of coloring! I started trying other brands to see how they’d perform in comparison. These are among 5 brands of markers I’ve bought in the past month, trying to find the ideal marker in this price range. Despite a few “cons”, they’re still my #1 choice, based on the above “pros”, especially at this price.
One more thing: I found a solution for frayed brush tips. Trimming just a teeny tiny bit off tip with pair of sharp nail clippers held at an angle, can restore the point. It won’t be quite the same as a true brush tip, but more like an angle tip. First try it on a color you don’t like, to see if it’ll work for your purposes.
Also, these are WATER BASED, not alcohol markers. As a result, they don’t blend well and bleed through my journal if I apply too many layers. However, they’re awesome for bullet journaling and I’m sure they would be awesome for color and lineart, especially on market paper.
The container looks lovely and it’s sturdy but it’s not very practical. Dual tip markers should be stored on their side so this container would roll. A hexagonal container would solve that part. Aside from that, they are a snug fit so you can only access the outer pens directly from the container anyway.
On 100lb card stock, the ink does not bleed thru at all (that’s the only weight I use but I expect it will work with lighter card, too), but it does bleed thru on printer paper. At this price point, I would not expect the tips to last particularly long — especially if you’re heavy-handed or use rough paper — nor do I expect there to be tons of ink. They are water-based but not actual watercolors and there is no blender pen in the set. I have seen YouTube tutorials where they show a technique for blending two colors with these pens without using a blender pen. Plain water doesn’t work well for blending — not for me; the inks absorb into the paper too quickly. And I doubt that the colors are lightfast so be sure to take photos of any masterpieces.
In spite of the cons, I think these could be a nice tool for “hobbyist” card-making and especially fun for adult coloring books IF the paper is heavy and enough. I could see myself buying them again if nothing better came along.
Ohuhu Direct reached out to me in regard to this product review and very kindly offered to replace the markers! I am very happy with the service and feel that this is going above and beyond to make sure their customers are happy. (A++) I also didn't state this prior, but I am a hobbyist/illustrator in my free time, so I have a bit of expierence with different mediums. Since I bought these when the markers were were fairly new on Amazon, there wasn't any review or Youtube video to show how to use them properly. I went ahead and did some research and discovered that the these dual tip markers seem to work best on paper suited for watercolors! I will try them out again and report back with my findings.
Was expecting more from this product because I love the alcohol markers from Ohuhu brand. These markers though, are very wet and tear up any paper I use them on (and the tips have started to warp if I apply too much pressure too). I can't recommend this product unless you are familiar with this type of marker I guess.