AD Marker Tri-Nib Sets
These Chartpak AD Marker sets contain palettes of colors from across the spectrum. Each AD Marker has a signature tri-nib that will produce 3 distinct line widths with a simple shift of the wrist. One marker delivers a fine, medium and broad stroke. The unique nib shape provides precise control over each stroke, and colors blend easily. The markers flow with continuous and smooth color over prolonged and rapid use.
The xylene based formula renders beautifully blended strokes, making them popular for transfering images and creating dreamy, watercolor-like effects with colored pencil, graphite and charcoal. Once dry they are permanent on a number of porous and non-porous substrates. The xylene does release a noticeable scent so some prefer to use AD markers in a well ventillated area.
12 color Basic Set includes: 1 each of Lemon Yellow, Chrome Orange, Life Red, Blueberry, Lilac, Ultramarine, Leaf Green, Slate Green, Basic Grey 1, Basic Grey 5, Super Black, and Colorless Blender.
25 color Basic Set includes: 1 each of Blue Green, Burnt Sienna, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Red, Cobalt Blue, Deep Magenta, Delta Brown, Electric Blue, Emerald Green, Forest Green, Goldenrod, Lemon Yellow, Lilac, Mocha, Olive, Pale Sepia, Process Blue, Prussian Blue, Redwood, Scarlet, Ultramarine, Violet, Viridian, Wine Red and Yellow Green, in a convenient caddy made of durable plastic.
25 color Architect Set (J) includes: 1 each of Aqua, Banana, Beige, Brick Red, Bright Orchid, Chrome Green, Chrome Orange, Cool Gray 1, Cool Gray 3, Cool Gray 5, Cool Gray 7, Cool Gray 9, Dark Olive, Dutch Blue, Forest Green, Kraft Brown. Light Ivy, Olive, Pale Olive, Process Blue, Purple Sage, Redwood, Sand, Slate Green, and Super Black, in a convenient caddy made of durable plastic.
Individual AD markers are available here.
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