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!
Not bad for the price. they do the trick. I wish they had more colors
I am definitely loving these markers!!!! I needed a set of markers because it was a media I have been wanting to try, but I didn’t want to pay approximately $5 a marker. Ohuhu markers do a pretty good job, especially for the price. The color is really nice although I will say that the color labels on the ends are pretty different from the actual color on paper for quite a few of the markers. I’d just say make a swatch sheet and you’re good to go! I’m personally not a fan of the blending pen, but I can still manage blending (although sometimes the colors can be really difficult.) The brush tips make me really happy because they really do make all the difference from your normal tips! I wish there were a few more skin tones, but overall these markers are fantastic and I definitely recommend them to anyone who wants to get more into illustration.
These markers sparked my muse. I have not been able to try copics yet because of the price. I figured ok I’ll see if I love the medium with a middle brand before I invest. I got the biggest set of ohuhu with brushes. I wish I would have just got the big pack without the brushes. The chisel end looks better for my work. I knew everyone said these were good, but it being a new medium I had no idea what that was. I’m in love. My only complaint is I have had them for two days and ran out of juice in a light grey. I really don’t think I’d be using Ohuhu as a stepping stone to Copic if they Ohuhu had individual sells or refills of the color. I heard on YouTube reviews Ohuhu listens to their constomer reviews and delivers and that’s why they made markers with brushes. Well HINT HINT people we want individual marks lol ;) Never was I expecting for markers to become my favorite medium, but here I am. Thank you Ohuhu for making beautiful juicy markers that I could afford. Please consider selling replacements! For newbs like me I bought an XL Candom pen and ink book. The first time I color swatched it bled through four pages. The first time my daughter colored in bled through on my table and there it stays lol. I think that might be common knowledge to most, but I didn’t even think about it. So make sure you put something under your work because these babies are juicy!
I absolutely love my markers and have used them many many times since purchasing. I did have two of my greys dry out fairly quickly (about a month after delivery), but I don't know if that was from manufacturing error or if I used them enough that the ink ran out. Still, they are great. If I had to choose a complaint it would be the lack of lighter, pastel colors. A lot of my art winds up being either very dark or supersaturated which isn't always what I'm going for.
These are really high quality markers. I gave it only 4 stars because customer service is totally unresponsive; I contacted them three times through their website and nobody ever got back to me.
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!