Ever go to a craft store looking to buy a brush marker, then get intimidated by the choices? Look no more! Gaby is here to save the day! *hahaha* I’ll share the best brush markers to use!
Large Brush Markers
- Tombow Dual Tip Brush Markers
Available in how many colors: 96 bright and pastel colors
Cost per marker: $2.76 to 3.11
Description: Brush tip on one end and bullet tip on the other end, long black body. The marker tip will eventually fray after awhile–mine gave up after a year or so.
- Crayola Broad Tip Markers
Available in how many colors:
Cost per marker: 10 cents (depends on the store)
Description: colored cone tip with white body (not exactly a brush marker). It’s cheap but doesn’t have the best control.
Small Brush Markers
- Tombow Fudenoske Brush Marker (Hard tip and soft tip)
Available in how many colors: Only in black
Cost per marker: $2.75
Description: Black body and black cover. The soft tip is lovely for a messy, brush-y, artistic brush lettering–less control. The hard tip has more control and is easier to begin with.
- Pentel Sign Pen
Available in how many colors: 12 colors
Cost per marker: $3.39
Description: Tapered black body. The tip is comparable to the Tombow Fude Soft tip. The tip has more control than the Fude Soft tip.
- I own all these markers and love to use all of them. For beginners, I highly recommend starting with a small brush tip marker.
What did you guys think?