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3 Pack (more colors available)

$6.99

Fine Marker Nib Replacements for Acrylic Markers, Set of 10

$12.99

Fine Tip Markers

The sharp attention to detail Fine Tip Markers provide will enhance your artwork significantly. Whether you are doodling in a notebook, coloring the lines on a clownfish in a coloring book or designing calligraphy for a client, these thin tip markers are easy to use and blend seamlessly. Choose from a wide selection of colors and tips to create the line and vibrant color you want. What type of fine tip marker do you need? It all depends on your experience level and how you will use it.

 

What are Fine Tip Markers? A fine tip marker (also called fineliners)  is a marker where the tip measures 1.0mm. This type of marker is used for detailed lines in drawings.They are non-toxic and safe for all ages.  

 

If you're a coloring book enthusiast, using fine tip markers for coloring allows you to create thin lines and cover hard-to-reach spaces. From the stripes on a tiger to the freckles on a child, a fine tip marker is the best choice for these precise tasks. Choose from a range of different colors, including skin tone shades to give the characters in your coloring books a realistic look. Use bright colors for floral motifs. Select from many shades of blues and greens for ocean scenes. Blend colors together for a dynamic look. Color on top of a previous color to create a layering effect. Outlining and shading can produce other unique effects.

 

If you're a professional artist, you'll need a permanent marker. For calligraphy work, look for variations in fine tip markers. Some tips have different edges to produce different strokes. Fine tip dry erase markers and dry erase markers in general are markers that are used on whiteboards, mostly used in the classroom or office settings. Use these markers to take easy-to-read notes on a dry erase board. When you're done, erase the notes for the next time. Unlike thicker dry erase markers, thin tip markers are more comfortable to hold and easier to use for longer note taking.

 

Use your imagination and see where a fine tip marker takes you. The only limitation is what you can imagine.