Kuretake - ZIG - Clean Color - Real Brush Marker - Pale Gray

Kuretake - ZIG - Clean Color - Real Brush Marker - Pale Gray

6 In Stock
$3.50 $3.32 (5% Off)
Save
SavedSave to Favorites
SavedSave to Wish List
Added to your Favorite Products
Added to your Wish List

Have amazing color right at your fingertips! The Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush marker contains a vibrant water based dye that can be blended like watercolors when used with a water brush. This marker features a genuine bristle tip that allows you to create both narrow and wide lines with ease. The ink flows...  Full Description & Details
Related Products
Projects
Description & Details
Have amazing color right at your fingertips! The Kuretake Clean Color Real Brush marker contains a vibrant water based dye that can be blended like watercolors when used with a water brush. This marker features a genuine bristle tip that allows you to create both narrow and wide lines with ease. The ink flows into the brush cleanly and smoothly making it a perfect way to bring gorgeous color to your on the go crafting in a handy, disposable way. Perfect for cartooning, card making, and so much more! One marker is included.
Videos
Product Reviews
Avg. Rating (1 total)
100% of buyers would recommend
  • Verified Buyer

    shading

    I purchased a second one of these because I don't want to run out,,,ever.
    I use this constantly in my coloring of stamps because it is the perfect shadow, especially where I am trying to shade a "white" figure. The tiny brush is easy to control and it is water reactive so a wet paint brush produces the perfect blend. It is a pale gray just as stated and one of my most used tools.

    Was this Review Helpful?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Review as Inappropriate? Login to Report This review has been reported. Thank you!

You must be logged in to comment. Please click here to log in.

Questions & Answers
  • Thank you so much for your answer. What I was trying to ask is regarding the different varieties of zig markers. Apparently, there are real brush tips, nylon brush tips, and a more solid type of tip. If I am not a skilled artist, do you think the real brush, rather than the nylon brush, is worth the price differential? ($ 3.49 vs $1.95)   By: Henry.Grant (12-Oct-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I am not a skilled artist. I am a cardmaker who loves the water colour effects. The Zig Clean Color Real Brush allows me to create a watercolour piece of work that would not be achievable if using a real watercolour brush. The Zig Clean Color Real Brush is the complete package of brush & paint that allows work on small to large projects to still achieve a wonderful watercolour. By: berylsomer (14-Oct-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
    Show 1 Answer Hide Answer Not Yet Answered      
    Add Answer     
    1

  • Would you please tell me how the zig clean colour markers differ? I notice they vary in price, but I don't know what makes some more costly than others.   By: Henry.Grant (11-Oct-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I guess the main difference between some of the watercolour markers and the Zig Clean colour Brush pens is the fine brush nib, they are more flexible when blending and great for small areas. The colours are bright and they blend beautifully with each other, you don't need water and brush to blend them together, the brush nib makes it super easy to blend from colour to colour.

      I hope this answers your query. By: hardran (12-Oct-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
    Show 1 Answer Hide Answer Not Yet Answered      
    Add Answer     
    1
You need to login first. Please click here to log in.