Watercolor Brush Markers and A Journal
Are A Match Made in Heaven!
I love to doodle, who doesn’t? More than I, my husband loves to doodle, too. So I wasn’t surprised when I walked out on the front porch, where my journal and new markers were, and saw Mike drawing. I go try to see what he is working on and he wouldn’t let me see.
I got these watercolor brush markers for Mike and I both, to use. Me in my art/note journal and Mike (the artist) where ever he wants. The markers are a dual tip with one side a fine tip and the other side, a brush tip. They come in a variety of bright, vivid, colors.
- Lime green
- Dark Green
- Dark Blue
- Light Blue
The brush tips are softer and are great for shading and blending. Like a paintbrush only a little stiffer but smooth.
The fine tips are hard and rounder. They are perfect for outlining and detail. Writing with this tip is more legible.
I like them. They are easy to hold to allow a smoother use than some other markers I have used. The colors are vibrant and blend in a perfect fashion. Especially the two blue markers. (Me and the color blue).
This is what Mike doodled! A present for us. Me and you! A little piece of DEMIRVIEWS art!
*For other art and post’s about Mike click here!
Ghosting and Bleeding
Never can I say that I have had a problem with markers ghosting and that goes for these brush markers as well. There are no signs of ghosting. The journal/paper used is quite thick. That being said there was definitely a little too much bleeding for how thick the paper is. It even seeped to the next page. So I would not recommend using these brush markers in an important journal, but for an art journal, one-sided coloring and even a smash book these would be perfect! The ease of use and the vibrant colors sort of equal the bleed out. IMHO!
Talk to me
Do you like to doodle or color?
What do you look for in markers?
How about notebooks, what do you look for?
Do you have an art journal?
Let me know in the comment’s below.
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*Notebook: I bought the notebook shown at a local Marshall’s/Home-good’s store on clearance for $4. After looking up the company listed Elum on the back of the notebook online and found the same one listed on their site for $8. It is a pretty awesome notebook/journal. It has three types of pages: lined, graphed, and dotted. This post is in no way shape or form sponsored by Elum. I just really like the notebook.