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AD Marker The Original Chartpak, Tri-Nib, 100 Assorted Colors in Slot Caddy, 1 Each (AD100)

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Professional, xylene-based marker for art and design Tri-nib Permanent marker blends and transfers on paper, acrylic, Ceramic, egg shell and more Packed in a slot caddy, 100 rich, vibrant colors in the collection that is perfect for blending and shading, and won't streak or feather

Amazon.com Price: $ 356.23 (as of 03/01/2024 05:13 PST- Details)

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Chartpak Ad markers, tri-nib, 100 assorted colors in slot caddy are professional, xylene-based markers for art and design. The tri-nib permanent marker blends and transfers on paper, acrylic, ceramic, Egg shell and more. The rich, vibrant colors are perfect for blending and shading, and won’t streak or feather. Use with colorless blender (#p-o, sold separately) to create unique colors, transfer images and produce watercolor-like effects with colored Pencil, graphite and charcoal. Non-toxic, conforms to ASTM D 4236. Made in USA.

Professional, xylene-based marker for art and design
Tri-nib Permanent marker blends and transfers on paper, acrylic, Ceramic, egg shell and more
Packed in a slot caddy, 100 rich, vibrant colors in the collection that is perfect for blending and shading, and won’t streak or feather
Use with colorless blender (#p-o) to create unique colors, transfer images and produce watercolor-like effects with colored Pencil, graphite and charcoal
Conforms to ASTM D 4236 and made in USA

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