The colorless blender is ideal for softening edges, creating uniquely vivid blends and laying down thick textures. And, thanks to the colorless wax-based formula, your colors remain dazzlingly bright. The wax cores are even water resistant opening up a world of watercolor effects.
What does a colorless blender marker do?
– markers lend themselves perfectly to blending and layering color. To create gradients or blending with markers, try using a dual-ended colorless blender marker to help disperse color or clean up rough edges. Clean the blender marker tip frequently to avoid darker ink settling into the nib.
What are clear markers for?
Clear markers are there to eliminate your mistakes, and they give you an easy way to backtrack after making an error with a paint marker. Long-lasting and easy to use, clear markers give you a way to “erase” work created using paint varieties without leaving unsightly streaks or damage behind.
Can you use rubbing alcohol to blend markers?
However, with alcohol based markers, blending is very simple. You can use rubbing alcohol, a marker of a similar shade or special blending markers. The issue with most blending markers is that you often need multiple pens in varying shades of the same color if you want to create a realistic blending effect.
Can you refill a colorless blender with rubbing alcohol?
Yes, you can use an alternative blender instead of the Copic blender solution. Rubbing alcohol seems to work just fine.
Does Ohuhu have a colorless blender?
There is a colorless blender in each set of the Ohuhu Alcohol Based Markers.)