I think these markers are perfect for beginners, these were the first alcohol based markers that I have owned other than sharpies, they blend well on mixed media paper, which I use. The price is unbelievable for what they give you, around 50 cents a marker! Blending isn’t hard necessarily, it just takes a little more effort. The color choices are great, a lot more grays too! One thing about ohuhu marker sets is that there isn’t many lighter or pale colors, pastels, in their sets which some people are dissatisfied with, but personally I like saturated colors. This set also comes with a colorless blender, if your into that. I like markers because you can just pop the top off and start using them! These markers do bleed through the paper, which is common in basically all alcohol based markers, but you can get marker paper or put another piece of paper underneath. These markers also are kind of wet when you put them down, but I personally like that because it gives you more time to blend. If you want to layer the colors, wait for the ink to dry to then put another layer down. I like to personally sort my colors out with rubber bands by color families (blues, greens, blue grays, etc.) so this isn’t how they come. The package comes with the markers, a bleed through sheet (I have a picture), a color swatch, and a coupon. The bleed through sheet is made for you to put under your page to prevent any ink bleeding through, which does work but it is quite small. The color swatch (no picture because I couldn’t find it) includes a list of the ink colors, but they aren’t very accurate, I recommend swatching the markers yourself, which I have a swatch page in the pictures as well. I am a young artist (I mean very young) if that does change your opinion, but all in all these are the most amazing cheap markers and I trust this company and I plan on buying more of their products in the future.
I have some pictures of the markers and artwork too.
Tip:Blend with the broad/chisel bib for easier blending.