Painting with STABILO Pen 68 Markers: A little color goes a long way

Let’s talk about STABILO! Join Emilee Rudd for a fun hands-on project using the Pen 68 Markers and a water brush. With just a light touch and a dab of water, watch the saturated dye of these pens extend and blend just like watercolor. Discover how STABILO’s pens and markers, known for coloring, design and illustration, can be used in new ways and incoporated into mixed media work!

Pen 68 Marker Sets by Stabilo

With their sturdy bullet tips and brilliant, intense colors, these fiber tip pens are perfect for layout detail and sketching. The odorless water-based ink will not bleed. It also will not dissolve toner or ink of permanent markers. Pens can be left without their cap for 24 hours without drying out. Stabilo Pen 68 Markers are available in sets, which come in convenient plastic wallets, tin sets, parade sets (case folds out into a fun stand-up easel making it easier to choose pens and keep them organized), and mini sets (a compact version for when you’re on the go).

A symphony of color with Marabu Graphix Aqua Inks

National Artist Educator Celia Buchanan of Marabu presents an interactive, Kandinsky-inspired demo that produces beautiful, vibrant artwork in thirty minutes or less – no drawing skills necessary! Settle into this inspirational encounter with Marabu Graphix Aqua Inks and Marabu Graphix Aqua Ink Pens. A background of intense colors are applied onto watercolor paper, then transformed into a memorable Kandinsky-esque abstract collage.

While the Graphix Aqua Inks are on sale for 10% off at $2.69 (list price $2.99) the Marabu Graphix Aqua Pen Sets are 40% off! Sweet! Naturally transparent with high lightfastness, Graphix Aqua Inks are ideal for watercolor techniques with brush or drawing pen.