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Old 08-02-2019, 04:46 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by gregzgurl View Post
.... (I have a blue one that colors baby pink, for example)
Is it the lightest one? Mine comes out like a lavender pinky bluish grey color. But its so light I can't really tell what it is, lol. (I have all the Scrapbook.com hybrids and they have a light blue that stamps like that for me too.)

I have all the Spectrums and what really annoys me about the company is how they come out with different versions of the same medium. They have the Noirs, the Illustrators, the Coloristas, and now the Triblends. All lines have the same colors (but not all colors) at different price points and sort of different delivery systems (different nibs). I started buying the Coloristas thinking they were new colors to supplement the Noirs until I did some research and realized they were the same exact colors of my Noirs just with different names. I wish they would put their energy into making just one decent marker. Maybe they could do a marker with swap-out nibs. Not replaceable like with the crazy-expensive brush nibs but something that could, I don't know, maybe snap on and off or something like that so you have one marker and choice of nibs. Why am I picturing a garden hose nozzle??

I have all the Noirs not because I'm a coloring guru, but because I suffer from Full-Set-Syndrome. Overall, I like the idea of the Triblends, having the 3 most complementary colors together but since I have the Noirs I'll just use the Triblends as a guide on what colors to blend. Maybe when those colors run out instead of getting refills I'll replace them with the Triblends.
Sara demo'd them on HSN recently and they blended so beautifully for her.
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