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Blick Sketch Markers .VS. Copic Sketch Markers

24532-1969-2ww-mHello, today I’m wanna talk about a marker set that not too many people know about. An Art store named Blick *Formerly known as Dick Blick* has come up with their own Copic Markers called the Blick Studio Brush Marker set and it’s a bit more affordable than the Copics. The 96 color set is only $202.96 where as the 72 color Copic Sketch Markers will cost you about $350 for 24 markers less than the Blick Studio set.

(- ∩ -,) I have not quite yet been able to afford myself a set to really do a thorough review but I have told a few artist friends about the marker set and one has provided me feedback on the markers and how he was amazed at how much they feel and perform like Copics. They are dual-tipped and like the Copic Sketch markers … One end is a Chisel tip and the other a Brush nib. So my blog post is based off his feedback mainly until I can get a set of my own to do a personal review in detail.

Blick also carries their version of Promarkers/Prismacolor markers called the Blick Studio Markers. The price for these markers are about the same as the Blick Studio Brush Markers. If you have a Blick store near you they might sell single markers. I have bought a few skin tones single markers and they preform just as nicely as my Promarkers or my Prismacolor sample markers. They are very inexpensive to buy as single markers !! If I’m not mistake they cost $2.99 each which is pretty reasonable and the markers last a long time !! I have had my single skin tones markers for several years and still just as juicy as when I first bought them. They have not yet dried up or run out. My favorite one so far is the color called Camel.

If I had the money I would purchase both the 96 color Studio Marker set and the 96 color Studio Brush Marker set. When you’re on a tight budget you gotta try alternatives and sometimes the alternatives are better than the more expensive brands.

I hope that someday I’ll be able to afford these sets so that I can do a detailed review of them for you all as well as create more artwork for you to see. If you haven’t been following me on Facebook I’ve been trying to keep up with my 30 day drawing challenge off the lists I posted in the previous blog post. I’ve been incorporating one or the other or both challenges from both lists.

But if you wanna check out these markers for yourself … Here’s the links below ↓

Blick Studio Markers →
Blick Studio Brush Markers →

Leave a comment below if you’ve tried these markers and what your opinion is/are about them comparing to Copics.


30 Challenge ….


Well, it is officially the 1st of October and October seems to be the month where a lot of Artist of all different types of mediums start on a 30 day challenge. If you remember last year I participated in the #Inktober challenge which you were to draw something for 30 days in Ink. I had a lot of fun drawing something everyday for the challenge even though it’s something I do on a regular basis anyways. 😛 L0L

This year I thought I’d do the same but since they aren’t redoing the #Inktober challenge I thought I’d try one of the 30 day drawing challenges I’ve seen floating around the internet like the ones pictured above. ↑ I will post the daily challenge photos on my Facebook page from either of those two lists. If you can view the list each are different with 30 different things listed. The 2nd one with the Maneki Neko =(∩ᴥ∩)= seems to have more interesting challenges listed than the basic one I normally saw floating around the internet.

Anyways I hope that you do consider taking the 30 day challenge for the month of October to do something you really Love to do for 30 days or try to learn something *new* for 30 days. B3 Inspired … B3 CR8TIV … ♥ ~ MYT CR8TiV !!

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