I bought these because people reviewing them compared them to copic and everyone knows how expensive copics are. It's my own fault for not reading product description but I don't like the fact that one of the dual end tips are not a brush tip. These markers bleed a lot. Not just through the paper to the back as all alcohol markers do but they also bleed through the lines you are coloring (if you are coloring in adult coloring books). They bleed much more than copics. I bought the 40 color set. It has a good color selection in my opinion. They carrying case is good. The color on the paper looks nice. I've passed these on to my 10 year old and decided to build my copic collection slowly.
I love color variety
Just one bad thing it does not make a clean line with either ends it 'bleeds' little.
Out of all markers, just one color marker, #69 prussian blue, when i took cap off it just leaked right out, made mess.
We love our ohuhu markers, the price is what intrigued us to give them a go as regular copic parkers are a pretty penny. The colours are vibrant and I recommend swatching them out so you know what they actually are compared to the cap colour. They do feather a little compared to copic but the amount of bleed through (using Strathmore Bristol) is about the same as the copic. The only real down side are the nibs, if you want a brush tip this is not the set for you. Otherwise they are fun to use and a great alternative to copic.
These markers look very promising, and the packaging is very cute and handy, but my only complaint is the way the markers were sent out. Some you can tell they werent handled carefully, in fact, about 30% of the markers had the fine tip poking out but pushing the tip back in was easy and not a huge deal. I went ahead and started writing which markers i had, but i had to stop because one marker ruined the page. Number 65, Lce Blue dripped on the paper. A giant puddle onto the paper. When i first opened the marker cap i saw a bunch of ink on the inside but i thought i mightve bumped the tip on the inside or something, i cleaned off the cap and tip, but i tipped the ink-covered side to try and mark it on the paper and it was the product of OCD nightmare. Also, number 45 is yellow but its in the middle of the greens which upsets me a little, but not nearly as much as Lce Blue. If i find anymore problems, ill be quite disappointed, honestly, but they do write well, and look beautiful if they work :)
I received this relatively fast, which was good. The markers bleed through paper, which was expected, but didn't eat through the page. The colors overall were vibrant, however I would've preferred some muted tones too. I didn't receive any skin tones or browns, only some deep oranges. I also didn't like the neon florescent colors, unlike the rest of the markers they weren't alcohol based and tore through my marker paper. The tops of the markers came rubbed off, so eventually I'll nave neither the names nor numbers, but that to me isn't crucial to the markers themselves. Also, the markers came with four very similar yellows, and five violets, but no earth tones. I expected a little more for this, but still paid a pretty decent price.
These marker have been wonderful and gotten me very excited to use markers as a medium. They blend, the colors are bright, and even in this 40 pack there are so many great colors. The bag that thet come in has been great for transporting them. I love love love them. Only thing is that its only been a few months and they are already starting to dry out. Mind you, I use them alot but after 3 months I feel like I need to buy an all new pack. I am very disappointed that they havent lasted longer.
I like them, but not the best. Not very blendable, some colors bleed all over the page, and somehow a limited color selection in a pack of 60.
I enjoy the fact that the markers save time in coloring. I don't have to waste time and money buying colored pencils. The reason that it's three stars instead of four or the full five? When they're first opened, they release a smell of eggs, not rotten, thankfully. They bleed through, so I have to use photoshop to touch up the colors, though that may be user error. Lastly, the colors don't really match what I see on the caps, so I have to guess which colors to use on a blank sheet of paper. All in all though, I do enjoy them, just think that improvements could be made.
These are kinda crappy.
Got these for my daughter, who wanted Copics. They're great markers but definitely not a copic replacement. Wound up getting her real copics.