Are you curious about Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers? Not sure how they’ll look on certain types of paper? Read this post to discover various results you can get with this awesome range.
These popular markers were released in 2015 and have exceptional lightfastness and fantastic blending properties. Each marker in this series has a lightfastness rating of A—it will take up to 100 years before color change or fading affects the high quality pigments. Artwork produced with pigment-based markers last longer compared to other types of markers. The ink is about as thin as most alcohol-based markers and stays wetter slightly longer, allowing for extra blending time.
The Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker range includes a unique white blender marker for blending colors together. The white blender can also be used to create pastel tints, soften colors, add highlights and draw on dark paper. Pigment-based markers should always be stored horizontally instead of vertically to help them maintain their flow and color brilliancy.
Pigment markers tend to work better on certain types of paper, and work especially well on coated papers. Coated papers reduce bleeding and generally any paper that is coated...Read More