Do all colors of ink mix well when using markers and paintbrushes used with a banner pen?

With most pens, it's not possible to mix colors the same way you would with colored pencils or crayons, because ink doesn't allow it. When the permanent marker color palette and blending techniques seem so mundane, you can renew your work of art with a colorless mixing marker. You can get the most out of these blending pens when used correctly, from flawless color blends and new tones to exquisite artistic effects. If you're missing a specific color and want to customize your palette, a colorless mixer highlighter can work like a brush to mix different colors.

With the exception of a few brands, there isn't a big difference between watercolor markers and water-based markers. Faber-Castell PITT artist pens take advantage of the vitality and permanence of Chinese ink by placing it in autonomous pen bodies that allow you to create art anywhere you are, without the need for configuration or cleaning. If you're looking for more watercolor projects to try, check out this watercolor ice cream poster and these watercolor letters mixed with double brush markers.

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