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Alvin Copic Sketch 6-Color Bold Primary Marker Set (ANSBOLDPRI)

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Item #: 901-24285797
  Model #: SBOLDPRI
Brand: Alvin
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Alvin Copic Sketch 6-Color Bold Primary Marker Set (ANSBOLDPRI)
$51.99 Set
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Description
Non toxic permanent marker bold color assortment Great for scrapbooking, professional illustration, fashion design, manga, and craft projects. Photocopy safe and guaranteed color consistency. The Super Brush nib acts like a paintbrush both in feel and color application.
  • Great for scrapbooking, professional illustration & fashion
  • Photocopy safe
  • Customizable marker nibs
  • Compatible with the Copic Airbrush System
  • Refillable
  • Available in 6 colors: Dark Suntan, Skin White, Light Suntain, Bareley Beige ,C opper, Blush.
The most popular marker in the Copic line. Great for scrapbooking, professional illustration, fashion design, manga, and craft projects. Photocopy safe and guaranteed color consistency. The Super Brush nib acts like a paintbrush both in feel and color application. For more control, use the Medium Broad nib on the opposite end, or customize the marker with an optional nib. Compatible with the Copic Airbrush System. Markers are refillable and available in all colors listed.
Specifications
Marker Type : Alcohol Non-Toxic : Yes True Color : Skin tones Length in Inches : 8
Marker Pack Size : 6/Pack Odorless : No Pack Qty : 6 Ink Color : Assorted
Point Type : Broad Retractable : No Washable : Washable Brand : Alvin
Customizable : No
Weight : 0.23 lbs. per Set

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