So while I'm waiting for my 168-pack of markers to arrive (Amazon Covid delay, sigh), I've been watching a lot of videos on how to use alcohol markers. And apparently what a lot of people do is print out their line art on a printer before coloring it with markers! This seems to work best on a laser printer, since the toner is both waterproof and alcohol-proof.
Unfortunately, most sketchpads come in 9" x 12", or 8" x 8", or some other odd configuration that requires a lot of trial and error to account for on a printer.
One of Ohuhu's sketchpads (210mm×297mm) comes in perforated A4 sized paper, which most printers can handle. But it still requires each page to be torn out, and it kind of seems like a waste of material this way, with the sketchbook covers.
Would the Ohuhu creators consider selling "Letter sized" marker pads (8.5" x 11"), or packs of loose marker paper, like "X-press It" does for Copic with its "Blending card" paper? I'd buy some. https://www.amazon.com/Copic-Marker-XPBC-11-Inch-Blending/dp/B0044JPR7E/