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Copic and Prismacolor Marker Collection by yuureikun Copic and Prismacolor Marker Collection by yuureikun
I just thought I would take a minute and share my collection of markers. Some I have had for years, while others I have collected over the past few months. They are all Copic Sketch, and Prismacolor Brush markers.

I am not sure how many people have heard of the brush markers from Prismacolor, they seem to be fairly new. I took a picture comparing the Prismacolor brush marker to a Copic Sketch. I find that the Prismas are excellent quality markers, and are actually quite a bit larger, thus holding more ink (though, they are not refillable). The art store near my house carries the Copic Sketch markers for $6 per marker, while the Prismacolor Brush markers are $4 per marker.

So, if you are on a tight budget and looking for some excellent quality markers, I highly recommend the Prismacolor brush markers. Unless, of course, you are looking for something that is refillable, or that works with the Copic airbrush system.
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AstraIKitsune Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Where can you get the marker HOLDER??? :D
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DougBurrows Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Daaaaaamn...that's a lot of markers...must be nice. I make do with about 30-35 copics. but I rarely use more than like five to ten on a piece. that includes shadows and blends etc.
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K0IRA Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Theres I wesbite I found that has the 72 sets for nearly 200 euros cheaper then they originally are; www.architectscornerstore.com/…

I thought I'd share the link c:

P.S you may check my page and be sure that I am no spam bot <3
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Annagong963 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
awesome! Is prismacolor like copics?
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yuureikun Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
i find that they are more vibrant and tend to be more juicy. but the brush tip is just like a copic
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Annagong963 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
oh cool!! awesome!!
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rika57 Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013
i like prismas because their felt-tips are pointed with a small one and a larger one, where as with copics there is only a large pointed tip (and a large angled square tip) so (for me) it makes it hard to get in really small areas, but i like copic because i find them easier to blend, and like you sai you can just refill them, so if it ever came down to a contest i just would not be able to choose hehe /)^.^(\
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Rosalina1234 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think Copic wins, i have had prismacolors,(ill use now copic) but i didn't like them somehow..maybe cos i couldn't re-fill them or that if they are re-fill ones i did i mistake that Ill gave them to my sister...
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Sabhira Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
How's the Prismacolor brush nib compared to the Copic brush nib?
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gb2k Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
I saw those Prismacolor brush tip markers! I haven't tried them yet but I bet they're a lot of fun. I *really* just wish they'd put the chisel tip at the other end instead of the fine point. I love their chisel tip over Copic's thick tip, and that would have put them on top as king of markers! LOL :)
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