This acetate has been treated to accept wet media such as gouache and ink.
It can be used with technical pens and fineliners.
The same media as in the wet acetate pads.
A clear film for covering artwork for protection.
A2 Sheets 420mm x 594mm 0.004
A1 sheets 594mm x 841mm 0.004
Roll 600mm x 20mtr 0.004
The roll is wonderful for large scale artworks and installations
Note: Currently only available as an empty marker. Select your own refill ink colour to fill up.
COPIC Wide Markers have a stroke nearly 3cm wide provide the smoothest most consistent coverage over large areas.
- Roll resistant on working surfaces.
- Easy to hold
- Durable polyester nibs are easily replaceable
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Soft Tone Sketch Paper in canary yellow or white
Ideal for Quick Layouts, Preliminary Drawings or Studies for Final Renderings
Extremely Transparent you can place up to Four sheets over your Original Drawing and Still Read the Detail Underneath
Responds Beautifully to Ink, Charcoal, Chalk or Felt Tip Markers
Available in 7 Roll Widths:
All Rolls 50yd (46m) long
**Note: Some options for this product are over 10kg in weight or over 1m in length. Additional postage charges will be incurred. We will contact you with the additional costs**
Chromacryl has the body and consistency of an artists acrylic, superb paint coverage, high percentage of pigment, good water solubility and a new thicker paint consistency. Dries to a brilliant silky finish that is water resistant when dry. Colour does not flake, is non-toxic. Great to use with palette knives or mix with water for watercolour effect. Will paint onto almost any surface paper, wood, plastic, glass, metal etc...
Copic Markers Coloured Sets are available in clear perspex boxes in sets of: 12, 36, 72. A superb fast drying double ended marker used in the graphic arts industry. One end is chisel and the other end is fine. Excellent for use on photocopy or bank paper. Nibs can be replaced or exchanged. Refills are available for every colour. Tip: To blend colours use either the colourless blender 0 or put tracing paper under your work and use markers quickly together. please visit http://copicmarker.com.au/ for more information on all things Copic