ShinHan Art is headquartered in Seoul Korea. This is where they create and manufacture all of their markers. Since the company's inception, the ownership of the Han family has never changed. They strive to inspire the passion of artists by producing the highest quality art materials in the world. From the blending of pigments and inks through the production process, their goal is to replicate and preserve only natural colors that withstand the test of time.
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Sketching a design and finishing with splashes of color has never been easier with quality markers from ShinHan Art. These markers are also a great alternative to Copics!
Their Touch line of markers include Touch Liners and Touch Twin Markers. Touch Liners create precise lines and are made to work with alcohol markers, which is why they pair perfectly with Touch Twin Markers. You won't have bleeding or smearing when they are used together!
Touch Twin Markers
Touch Twin Markers feature an advanced alcohol-based ink formula that ensures rich color saturation and coverage. Since these markers are double-ended, they allow a wide range of techniques. The ergonomically designed body fits in your hand and has the perfect grip. The Touch Twin nibs have a durable design ensuring they won't lose their firmness over time.
You may have noticed an odor when using other alcohol markers, this is not the case with the ShinHan Twin Touch Markers. These alcohol markers are odorless! If you find the smell of alcohol unbearable, these markers are for you!
Also, if you are looking for a Copic Marker alternative, the Twin Touch Markers are perfect. They have a wide range of colors and offer the same quality in an alcohol marker.
So, if you are looking for a quality alcohol maker that comes in a wide range of colors, the Touch markers from ShinHan Art are for you. They are a favorite among illustrators, cardmakers and more. Once you get your hands on these markers, you'll understand why!