Arteza is a pretty famous brand when it comes to art supplies. They are known for their high-quality products at fairly decent prices. They have all sorts of products to offer from canvases to colored pencils and whatnot. Today though, we will specifically be talking about the different types of markers they have on offer.
So welcome back to another one of our art supply guides. Today we are taking a look at Arteza markers. I purposefully avoided listing Arteza products in my previous articles cause I knew I’ll be doing this one. Once again, everything is Amazon based and you can find purchase page links on the images and before the entries. So let’s start!
Arteza Watercolor Markers
price: 15$, buy here
Following up right after the previous list, we have these watercolor markers. This set gives you 12 colors along with a water brush pen for blending. These are self-cleaning too so you don’t have to bother with cleaning the brushes. And these do not bleed since they dry really fast. So all in all, a great watercolor marker set with Arteza’s quality.
Acrylic Paint Pens
price: 30.99$, buy here
These are a bit more on the costly side at 30 bucks but acrylic markers are in general costlier than watercolor or normal markers. So when you are getting 20 colors along with Arteza’s awesome quality at 30 bucks, it is an offer hard to refute. There is also a 40-color version of this set and it is priced at 46$ if you are interested in even more.
price: 29.99$, buy here
As the name suggests, these are a set of fine-line markers. All of these markers have a tip of 0.4 mm and for 30 bucks, you’re getting 72 colors which is quite a bit. The ink used is water-based too meaning it has no harmful effects. Lastly, I really love the packaging of this set. The box the set comes in is really nice and feels premium.
Colored Permanent Markers
price: 14.99$, buy here
Now, this is pretty cool. This set is useful in general and not just for art. We use markers for a lot of things in our day-to-day lives, especially permanent markers. So why stick to the usual blacks and blues when you can have something way more vibrant? That’s why I really like this set. And it is pretty cheap too, you are getting 16 colors for 15 bucks, not bad at all.
Fabric Paint Markers
price: 29.99$, buy here
Now, these are my personal favorites from Arteza’s arsenal. I love the idea of painting fabrics and these guys just handed that to me in form of convenient markers. These are permanent of course and since they are fabric markers, they are waterproof and machine-wash safe. You are getting 30 markers with dual tips (fine and ultra-fine) in this set.
That is all for now. I am really tired after all the work this week. Let me know what you guys think in the comments though and be sure to check out Arteza. Doesn’t have to be markers, they have a lot on offer and it is one of my favorite brands so go check them out. With that said, I’ll go sleep now. See ya!!