Exploring Karin Markers: The Ultimate Guide to Brush Pen Collections - Paper Kooka Stationery Australia

Welcome to our deep dive into the world of Karin Markers, a celebrated Polish brand known for its high-quality brush pens. Whether you're an artist, calligrapher, or a hobbyist, Karin Markers offer a range of collections to suit your creative needs. Let's explore each collection, highlighting their unique specifications and helping you choose the perfect one for your projects.

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1. Karin Brushmarker PRO

The Karin Brushmarker PRO is a staple for artists seeking vibrant and consistent colours. Each marker contains 2.4 ml of water-based paint, utilising “liquid ink” technology to maintain ink quality until the last drop. These markers are twice as efficient as traditional filter markers, making them a cost-effective choice.

  • Tip: Japanese super durable and flexible nylon brush tip.
  • Ink: Non-toxic, water-based, dye-based, intense colours.
  • Mixability: Colours can be mixed and lightened, allowing for smooth tonal transitions.
  • Best for: General artwork, calligraphy, and illustrations.

2. Karin DécoBrush Metallic

For those who love a bit of shimmer, the Karin DécoBrush Metallics collection is perfect. These markers contain 2.4 ml of non-toxic, metallic-based paint pigments, delivering stunning results on both dark and light surfaces. Once dry, the metallic paint is permanent, lightfast, and waterproof.

  • Tip: Japanese super durable and flexible nylon brush tip.
  • Ink: Metallic-based, non-toxic paint pigments.
  • Surfaces: Ideal for paper, wood, ceramics, glass, metal, and plastics.
  • Best for: Dark surfaces, and adding metallic accents to art, crafts, and decorative projects.

3. Karin PIGMENT DécoBrush

The Karin PIGMENT DécoBrush markers are designed for bold and bright artwork. Containing 2.4 ml of opaque acrylic, non-toxic organic pigment-based paint, these markers require no pumping for paint flow. Simply shake and create!

  • Tip: Japanese super durable and flexible nylon brush tip.
  • Ink: Opaque acrylic, non-toxic organic pigments.
  • Surfaces: Works beautifully on paper, card stock, glass, most plastics, wood, stone, and canvas.
  • Mixability: Easily blends with smooth tonal transitions.
  • Best for: Mixed media projects, acrylic painting, dark surfaces, and vibrant artworks.

4. Karin Realbrush PRO  NEW!

The newest addition, the Karin Realbrush PRO, elevates your artistic experience with a Japanese real brush tip. Similar to the Brushmarker PRO, it contains 2.4 ml of water-based paint with “liquid ink” technology, ensuring vibrant colours until the end.

  • Tip: Japanese thin 4mm real brush tip for precise control and flexibility.
  • Ink: Non-toxic, water-based, dye-based, intense colours.
  • Mixability: Excellent for mixing colours and creating tonal transitions.
  • Best for: Detailed brushwork, calligraphy, and intricate designs.

5. Realbrush Metallics  NEW!

Combine the finesse of a real brush tip with the allure of metallics in the Realbrush Metallics collection. Each marker contains 2.4 ml of non-toxic, metallic-based paint pigments, providing flawless results on various surfaces.

  • Tip: Japanese thin 4mm real brush tip for precise control and flexibility.
  • Ink: Metallic-based, non-toxic paint pigments.
  • Surfaces: Perfect for paper, wood, ceramics, glass, metal, and plastics.
  • Best for: Metallic effects in detailed art and calligraphy, dark surfaces.

6. Realbrush PIGMENT Markers  NEW!

Lastly, the Realbrush PIGMENT DécoBrush markers offer the same high-quality Japanese real brush tip, combined with opaque acrylic, non-toxic organic pigment-based paint. Shake and create with ease, enjoying bright and beautiful colours.

  • Tip: Japanese thin 4mm real brush tip for precise control and flexibility.
  • Ink: Opaque acrylic, non-toxic organic pigments.
  • Surfaces: Ideal for paper, card stock, glass, most plastics, wood, stone, and canvas.
  • Mixability: Smooth colour-to-colour blending with tonal transitions.
  • Best for: Acrylic painting, dark surfaces, mixed media, and vibrant, detailed artwork.

Conclusion

Each Karin Marker collection brings something unique to the table, catering to different artistic needs and preferences. The Brushmarker PRO and Realbrush PRO offer consistency and vibrancy for general art and detailed work. The DécoBrush Metallics and Realbrush Metallics add a touch of sparkle to your projects, while the Pigment DécoBrush and Realbrush Pigment Markers provide bold and opaque colours for various surfaces.

Investing in the Realbrush collections not only gives you the latest in brush pen technology but also the precision and flexibility of the Japanese real brush tip. This advanced tip design allows for intricate detailing and smooth, controlled strokes, making it perfect for artists who demand accuracy and fluidity in their work. Explore our range of Karin Markers today and experience the superior quality and versatility that the Realbrush collections offer, elevating your creative projects to new heights!

Collection Tip Ink Surfaces Best For
Brushmarker PRO

Durable, flexible nylon brush tip

Water-based, dye-based General art surfaces General artwork, calligraphy and illustrations
DécoBrush Metallics

Durable, flexible nylon brush tip

Non-toxic, metallic-based Paper, wood, ceramics, glass, metal, plastics Metallic accents, art, crafts, decorative projects
Pigment DécoBrush Durable, flexible nylon brush tip Opaque acrylic, non-toxic Paper, card stock, glass, plastics, wood, stone, canvas Mixed media, acrylic painting, vibrant artworks
Realbrush PRO Japanese thin 4mm real brush Water-based, dye-based General art surfaces Detailed brushwork, calligraphy, intricate designs
Realbrush Metallics Japanese thin 4mm real brush Non-toxic, metallic-based Paper, wood, ceramics, glass, metal, plastics Metallic effects, detailed art, calligraphy
Realbrush Pigment Markers Japanese thin 4mm real brush Opaque acrylic, non-toxic Paper, card stock, glass, plastics, wood, stone, canvas Acrylic painting, mixed media, detailed artwork
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