Spectrum Noir pens, from Crafters Companion, are alcohol ink based markers which have been designed specifically for crafters, but these affordable markers are also great for beginners, students and hobby artists alike. Each pen is double-ended, with a broad chisel nib for large area fills and a fine bullet tip for detailed work.
Each pack contains six colour-themed Spectrum Noir Marker Pens in matching shades. Spectrum Noir marker pens are available in 72 colour shades including a colourless blender (Essentials Six Piece Set). The colours blend seamlessly, and can be mixed or layered over each other. For stunning results use with our Ultra Smooth Premium Gloss White Card Stock, which is perfect for use with alcohol based pens.
These fast drying, alcohol based markers are acid-free and non-toxic, and the coloured ends of the pen allow for easy colour identification.
- Achieve effortless blending and colour matching.
- Alcohol baseds ink for perfect results.
- Acid-free and non-toxic.
- Two nibs in one pen.
Each pack colour co-ordinates perfectly.
The number system is easy to understand. 1 is pale, 2 a bit darker, etc. The Spectrum Noir Colouring system has a basic set of 72 markers that come in pre-packaged 12 sets of 6 markers for only $15.95 (around $2.50 per marker). The four additional sets are new to the range and contain all new colours in brights, darks, pastels and lights. This system:* prevents duplicate markers (no two are repeated in any package)* no need to determine best colors to go with what, as it's a complete system* basic skin colors are included in the Flesh Skin package* very affordable at about $2.50 per pen* purchase the full set of markers or buy the packs separately
Other products available in store are a fantastic DVD explaining how to use the pens, storage bags and replacement nibs.To find out more about the new Spectrum Noir colouring system Click Here
Checkout these fantastic video on how to:
blend and shade to colours to create fur Click Here
colouring pale and dark skin tones Click Here
2012 CHA demonstration Video on how to blend, use paint brush stroke, palette blending, lots of info: Click Here
- basic blending, highlighting and correcting Click Here
Gallery of cards made with Spectrum Noir Pens: These are stunning!!! Click Here
- blend and shade to colours to create fur Click Here