|Copic Marker 72pc A Set|
After buying the Distress Markers I was wanting Copic markers. A few reviews online that I saw used Copic markers in conjuction with the Distress Markers. I've been wanting a set of Copic Markers for quite some time.
How long have I been wanting Copic markers? For nearly 10 years! Well, before I started crafting I've been a novice illustrationist, and often a colorist for people who draw manga/anime style characters. I've been wanting Copic markers so long and never purchased them. I've always gone for Copic knockoffs, or just illustration markers in general that do not have the Copic name behind them. I've tried Tombow Markers, Prismacolor Markers, Neopiko, even the Distress Markers.
I've been debating it, and then what do I find? Two Peas In a Bucket had their papercrafting Copic Marker sets for 50% off. I couldn't believe my eyes! I did a double take, and then searched to see if I could compare the price - and couldn't.
A whole 50% off. I've never in my life, of 10 years wanting these sets seen a price lower. This 72pc marker set retails for well over my budget locally and I could scoop it up for a mere blip of USD. I was absolutely flabberghasted. I debated for a day after I saw it at that price. Talked to my partner, talked to family members, generally anyone who would listen to me gripe and complain about the price locally versus the price abroad. Their heard my rants about a "greener" illustration marker that allows you to not only replace tips and nibs, but also refill the marker's ink well.
|Copic Marker 72pc A Set Side View|
I'm trying to patiently await the arrival of these markers as they make their perilous journey across the waters and into my hands.
I have cards to post soon, but I'm waiting for a full day off to finish up some final touches and make photos. My crafting room has been rather lonely as I've been completely burnt at the end of a long day of work. I had a day off sick - and boy was I sick, so no crafting was done that day.
Thanks for reading!