These New Alcohol Based Ink Markers Bring Stamped Images To Life
ShinHan Touch Twin Markers are vibrant, blend easily and have smooth, flawless coverage, making them the perfect markers for card making, illustration, and more!
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New On The Alcohol Marker Scene
We are thrilled to introduce ShinHan markers! These alcohol based ink markers contain a formula that ensures rich color saturation and coverage. They come in a wide range of beautifully rich colors and pastels as well as skin tones, grays, wood tones and even fluorescents. There is sure to be a set for every project!
Other features include:
- Ergonomically designed body for the perfect grip
- Double-ended with fine and broad nibs
- The finest control of ink flow, absolutely no smudging or bleeding
What's great about the fine brush nib on one end and a medium-wide chisel nib on the other, is it allows for a wide variety of strokes and techniques. The nibs are also designed to be durable and will not lose their firmness over time. This makes them great for coloring in stamped images and blending shades for dimension.
Creating A Stamped Card With Alcohol Based Ink Markers
Step 2: Sprinkle with black embossing powder and tap off excess.
Step 3: Heat using embossing heat tool.
Step 4: Using ShinHan Touch Twin Markers, color in your images starting with the darkest color where there would be shadows.
Step 5: Keep coloring, gradually using lighter markers. Each time you switch colors, blend them by going over the darker shade you previously used. Blend as much or as little as you want and once done, scribble on a scrap piece of paper to "clean" your markers.
Step 6: Once colored in, run your images through your die cutting machine using the stamp's matching die set.
Step 7: Position and layer pieces using foam squares for added dimension.