Graphic is Spectrum Noir’s brand new alcohol marker for artists and designers. Featuring the same popular chisel and fine nib combination as the original Spectrum Noir marker, Spectrum Noir Graphic is a range of 216 designer-grade, premium-quality, double-ended alcohol ink markers. With a broad chisel nib for large area fills and bold strokes and a fine nib for extra control and detail in your work, these markers are perfect for every design project. Graphic is the perfect complement to our just-launched Illustrator brush marker, sharing the same colour space and providing a fully unique combination of nibs.
Graphic colours are named and arranged differently but they still follow the rules of the original Spectrum Noir alcohol marker colouring system. We wanted to make it as easy as possible for existing Spectrum Noir colourists to use Graphic side by side with the original marker. That’s why every Graphic marker shows the original coloring system cross-reference on its cap.
Why are Spectrum Noir Graphic markers so unique?
– Graphic markers are longer -lasting, with 25% more ink. They are a great value for the more serious artist who sketches & draws regularly.
-Versatile, ergonomic barrel design: for comfortable, extended use, supporting a range of grips and stroke styles.
– They’re available in tonal color sets for easy shading or individually to offer full flexibility for more experienced artists & designers who want to choose their own palette.
– They have fast-drying ink for smooth and effective work
– The markers are non-toxic and safe to use
– You can refill your markers once the ink has been used
– The marker caps are double-layered for extended time between refills
The Spectrum Noir Graphic range consists of eight sets of six and four sets of twelve markers. Each package is structured around the colour wheel, allowing you to build up a balance of hues (via primary, secondary and tertiary colours) then the related tints, tones, neutrals and grays. There are no duplicate pens across the six-marker sets.
There are also four sets of twelve markers. These sets are arranged in a slightly different way, according to various on-trend artistic themes. While each offers a useful range of related hues, they also work closely in tune with the colour wheel and in turn the original Spectrum Noir colouring system.
What can I create with Spectrum Noir Graphic markers?
Spectrum Noir Graphic markers are the ideal nib configuration for designers. You’ll get loads of versatility from the chisel nib and then the ability to work in even more accurate detail using the new fine nib. If you’re looking for extra inspiration, don’t miss the Spectrum Noir blog which is packed full of tutorials, step-by-steps and finished card samples. Click here to visit the blog now.