Copic Multiliners come in 2 body styles
and the Multiliner SP.
Both styles have:
- Copic safe ink - so you can colour over the ink without damaging your Copic Markers
- Wide array of colours and coordinating coloured packs available
- Variety of sizes and styles of nib including: 0.03 mm, 0.05 mm, 0.1 mm, 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm, 0.8 mm, 1.0 mm and Brush
- Ink is archival, acid free, fade resistant and waterproof on most porous surfaces
The biggest differences between are:
- The Multiliner is cheaper and disposable, but for a little extra you can buy the Multiliner SP which is refillable (so will save you money in the long run).
- The Multiliner SP is available in a wider range of colours and you can change the nibs (so if you are a bit heavy handed, no problems, just swap out the nib when it starts to get ratty).
- The Multiliner SP also has a cool metal barrel which is lovely to hold!
- Multiliners are great for embellishing a stamped design or filling in any areas of a stamped image that have mis-stamped.
- Multiliners are not recommended for use over waxy substances (crayon or pencil), the wax may prevent the ink from drying creating smears and can clog your nib
- Copic Multiliners are permanent on many surfaces once dry, heat-set the ink to be certain.
- Multiliners work beautifully over watercolours, producing a consistent even line
Not sure how to use Copic Multiliners in your art? Then here is a little inspiration....
Mixed Media Squares
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