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So I am in the market for new markers and trying to get some feedback on two kinds of markers. I did have some Copics for a while, but sold them because they just were not getting the love they deserves with me balancing work and school. Now I have free time and looking to get back into my crafting again and looking for new markers. Because my husband wants to mess around with my markers with him doing some art work, he has given me the option between Touch Twin markers or Copics. I wanted to know from those who use either markers what they think about the difference between the two or how they like them.
One of the biggest questions I have is about skin tones. I know Copic does have many many colors for skintones, but what are the options for all kinds of skintones with Touch Twins?
With Touch Twins are they easy to come by in the US?
For either markers, are their any packs or color selections that are good to have?
Susana has put a few sets together - you may want to check them out - a few refer to skintones
You may alsow want to check out Shin Han's website or check what's out on YouTube.
I have mostly copics but have several sets of Spectrum Noir and a few Shinhan - I use them interchangeably and together. Still like my copics but that's because I have a gazillion - the others seem equally as good - but also, I like the brush tip for coloring. My Shinhan and Spectrum Noirs - have hard tips so I don't tend toward them as much from that perspective.
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