Lemme guess, you’re here cause you don’t wanna spend over 100$ just for a 32 pack of markers. Well I’m just gonna start by saying, these are definitely worth it. They’re extremely cheap considering the quality. I recommend these mainly to illustrators. These are very vibrant which to me, is super useful considering the other companies that have darker and more normal colors with a small amount of pastel colors. But my only issue is how these don’t really match the cap, putting down the light tan (26) it had more of a brownish tone to it. But other then that, these are worth it and extremely recommended.
Wonderful product! A great variety of colors, thank you!
I do like the price point and it does have a bit of a coverage issue where you have to overlay it with a 2nd coat. This is great if you don't want to spend too much on copics or don't know which copics to get. You can use it, see which colors you use the most and replace it with a similar copic ( since these are non refillable sadly). It does't have enough pastels and lighter skin tones, but so far it's pretty nifty.
I really enjoy using these markers. I have never had the luxury to use alcohol based markers just because of the huge upfront investment of brands like Copics before you even know if you like this median. These work great for beginners, blends nicely. I bought the 48 pack when they were the only ones available, but they now have a 72 pack with lighter more pastel colors and will have 120 pack coming soon as well, which I will definitely buy. I ended up purchasing the SkinTone 6-pack of Copics (which costed the same as the 48-pack Ohuhus) in order to have some more pastel, skin-like colors. They blend well together.
The cons are that these bleed a lot when you first remove the cap, so be careful not to drip on your picture. The color number and name on the caps fades off easily (I heard you can use mod podge - too late for me) And because. Another con is you cannot buy refills or individual markers - I used these markers everyday for inktober and perhaps favored some of the colors more than others so I have a few dried out markers (had to buy a Copic grey 5-pack - apparently I love grey).
But these are great for beginning artist (like a gifted child - older to teen) or just for beginning marker artists or even experienced artists who just don't have the money to make the big investment.
Thanks so much Ohuhu!
Ok so for the money they are great! The brush nib is stiff and the color spreads out so be careful next to your lines. They are excellent for beginners. I bought the chisel/ bullet nib set first because I did not see these with the brush nib, I know they are more but it is so worth it to have the brush nib.
Great Value, Great Markers! I wish there were more true Purples in this collection, some of the markers say they are purple but they are not. Hopefully someday they’ll give us more purples. Overall the marker set seems like a great buy, I have not drawn anything with them yet but what I’ve used them for so fare they work wonderful. There caps interlock with one another so that’s an added bonus.
These are the perfect markers for beginners, but you need to remember that like most alcohol based markers, they bleed through the paper A LOT. So even if you think your bullet journal or sketch book has thick enough paper, it doesn’t. Sorry.
Great starter markers. Happy about the brush tip. Didn’t get any faulty dry markers. The greens feel a little repetitive. Wish there were pastels or lighter shades. Other wise the colors are pretty vibrant.
My daughter loves these products. As a return customer, we noticed the wrong item was delivered. We believe it was because it's a brand new item and are similar to an existing item. Regardless, the seller acknowledged the issue and provided a refund.