- Great light colors including pink peach yellow yellow-green green blue but not purple (light but not pastel); the set is largely midtone
- Good range of earthy and bright
- There are about 11 "skin tones"
As a lover of the original Ohuhu markers I waited months for the 120 set of brush tip Ohuhu markers - The reviews on the smaller sets consistently reported few light colors and I view pastel as essential to my aesthetic.
This set has a good range of light to dark colors (though mostly midtone) and earthy to bright tones. The pastel colors included are several pastel pinks, pastel blue, pastel yellow, pastel green, pastel peach, pastel yellow green, several light greys (blue-grey, green-grey warm-grey and cool greyx2). They have a light-ish purple but I would not call it pastel - this is the ONLY color I think they are missing in the lightest range. The comparable copic colors include EOO, YG11, B00, YR02, R00, C1, E41, YG11. The lightest purple is similar to V15.
They have 11 tones that can be considered "skin color" from the lighthest R18 and R19 to mediums BR 3, BR2, YR5, Y9, Y11, and YR 4, to the darker tones BR1 Y12 Y13 .
Some of the other stand-out features of this brand are the unusual greys ( 4 green greys and 5 blue greys are included with warm greyes, neutral greys, and cool greys). The yellow tones especially are very unusual earthy tones and I am excited to use all of them.
My only critiques are that I wish there was an even darker red, a little more tonal variation in the pinks and reds like there is in their quite unusual yellows blues and greens, and a very pastel purple.