Ohuhu 120 Colors Dual Tips Alcohol Art Markers, Brush & Chisel
120 VIBRANT COLORS + 1 FREE COLORLESS BLENDER: The rainbow is at your fingertips - 120 well-chosen brilliant colors and brings your ideas to life. Whether it's a coloring book or a masterpiece in the making, your artwork is sure to shine with these brush markers.


4.88 / 5
  • great value
    Bram Reviewed in the United States on
    awesome markers for the money, good blending, smooth laydown, vibrant colors.
    just really wish they would release more of the colors they have in the other sets for the brush tips. I think I saw about a 200 color option for the nib tips/chisels, but this is the highest color count you can get with brush tips.
  • nice
    Renee Reviewed in the United States on
    I like these markers a lot. I have a few copic markers that don't preform as well as these do. Also, I did not get a single dud in this pack which was so nice. I have seen some people complain about that before, but maybe I am just lucky. If you are curious about it, maybe try a smaller pack, but otherwise, it is a good investment
  • fantastic quality
    Zalakai TheMagicGuy Reviewed in the United States on
    good quality, only 2 stars for beginners because of the application, these are finnicky markers of fantastic quality and a beginner might bleed their work and get the wrong impression, however for adept artists these are well-honed tools that allow your worlds to pop with beautiful smooth colors and deep rich shading.
  • Copic who?
    KimByron172 Reviewed in the United States on
    Did anyone else watch Jazza's video to find out what's the best alternative marker to Copics?
    As much as I love Copic's amazing blend ability and smoothness with drawing, I really wanted a whole set without having to pay $300+ for only 72 alcohol based markers! So I researched and saw a few tests and I can confirm that when it comes to the brilliance of color and the similarities in smoothness to Copic markers, these Ohuhu Markers are the best pick!
    What I did want to note is that, when blending these markers together with another, you will NOT get it as easily as a Copic but there are enough colors so perfectly close in color that you can achieve that blend. Another thing I wanted to note (which others may not care for) But when I was using the Ohuhu markers to get a solid color, the second I overlapped you could see a color difference... Do I mean streaks? Not exactly but in comparison to the Copic markers, If I were to go over a spot two or three times, once dried the color is the same. With the Ohuhu I noticed that the color got darker and it stayed. Almost like the opacity darkened once I went over. The comparison to Touch markers as well, these Ohuhu ones definitely surpasses them too on blend ability and smoothness.

    Overall, I think this is a worthy advisory for a Copic dupe and $100 for 120 is a perfect steal!
  • Amazing what you can do!!
    Amazon Customer Reviewed in the United States on
    I’ve only had these a few days and I’m in love and think I’ve found my new favorite medium. Bought these cause I couldn’t afford copics but I honestly can’t imagine alcohol markers working better than this. This was my first time using these type of markers and here is what I was able to accomplish!
    Their customer service is amazing. I ran out of a marker and emailed their customer service and without hesitation they sent me a new one in the mail. Great company, cannot wait to see how they expand!
  • great colors
    maxine Reviewed in the United States on
    color selection allows blending
  • Very good
    Sassy Sue Reviewed in the United States on
    Daughter loves her markers.
  • Good start set
    tyler Reviewed in the United States on
    Good buy
  • Definitely worth getting!
    Jennifer Aultman Reviewed in the United States on
    These markers are amazing and are so affordable! & They came super fast!
  • Very great markers!
    Kiki Reviewed in the United States on
    Love these markers, beautiful colors, very uniform coloring. I purchased for my kid’s class but I cannot stop using these markers.
Once you’re done with building your multiple layers, finish your drawing by adding small details with the end of your marker’s nib. Your monochromatic drawing is now done! @multicooleur
Spring adds new life and new beauty to all that is. art credit, @rosies.sketchbook
How's the weather in your place? This Yummy Watermelon Cocktail Drawing can let you feel going to the fridge. 😍⁠ ⁠ Art Credit, @lindsayweirich⁠
Use Ohuhu gel pen to increase the brightness of bling bling! :D @halalelaa
Blossom by blossom the spring begins. Art by, @roberta_rindone ⁠
When the Autumn slowly has the taste of Winter.⁠ ⁠ Art credit, @rosies.sketchbook⁠ 🍂 🍁 🏔️


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