Hi friends! No, this is not a post about the upcoming Super Bowl game. It's about the new Touch markers by Shinhan Art.
Living on Oahu, there's a Copics distributorship conflict, and I am unable to have them mailed to me by any online companies. Bummer! 7 Kids College Fund informed me that they'll soon be selling some alcohol based markers by Shinhan Art, and I was intrigued.
Enter Steven Berman, the president of Shinhan USA. He graciously sent me some markers to test and review, and I feel that they performed as superior as Copics do.
I colored this image by Sister Stamps with the Touch markers, and I was able to use my Copics with them--they blended beautifully together.
I also used the Copics colorless blender and dotted Yoshimi's kimono for some texture.
Give the Touch markers a try, especially if you've always wanted to try Copics. They're less expensive, refillable, and they come in 168 brilliant colors, including a colorless blender. The pens are comfortable to hold, and blend well with any Copics you may already own.
You can find the new Touch markers in the Carpe Diem online store, or check out the retail stores in your area.
Thanks for stopping by today and letting me share my review of Shinhan Art's new and improved Touch markers. Have a wonderful weekend!