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Ohuhu Skin-Tone Brush Markers, Alcohol-Based Art Markers Brush Tip for Artist Sketch Kids Adults’ Coloring Illustration, 36 Skin Tone Colors + 1 Alcohol Marker Blender + Marker Case, Brush & Chisel

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36 GORGEOUS, SKIN-TONE COLORS + 1 COLORLESS ALCOHOL MARKER BLENDER: Hard to draw flesh, skin, or hair shades with ordinary markers? Now you can get the 36 skin-tone markers at Ohuhu to better your project with a higher level. With these highly pigmented art pens, you can draw any desired natural hue easily!
BRUSH & CHISEL, DOUBLE-TIP, DOUBLE THE FUN: Widen your artistic horizons with the dual-tip marker design! Choose the brush tip for sweeping, calligraphic strokes or quickly color in large areas with the wide chisel tip. The only limit is your imagination.
EASY BLENDING, NO SMUDGING: Forget about blotchy, uneven coloring. High-quality ink blends seamlessly to achieve beautiful coloring effects, even for beginners. Plus, your artwork will never fade or smudge with time.
ALCOHOL-BASED INK, DRIES INSTANTLY: Never let wet ink ruin your work again! Draw smudge-free thanks to its fast-drying, alcohol-based formula.
FIND COLORS FAST: Don’t waste time looking for the right color. Color-coded caps keep tips from drying out and help you find any marker in a flash. As a bonus, the free carrying case keeps your markers organized and portable for any coloring adventure! Great Gift Idea!


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Number of Items: 37. Number of Pieces: 37. Point Type: Brush & Chisel. Brand: Ohuhu. Style: Alcohol Based Dual Tipped Art Markers. Date First Available: August 11, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #12,700 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing. Customer Reviews: 4.9 out of 5 stars 907 ratings 4.9 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B08FMGPYQ2. Manufacturer Part Number: ‎Y30-80400-81. Point Type: ‎Brush & Chisel. Number of Items: ‎37. Color: ‎36-Color. Item model number: ‎Y30-80400-24-OH. Package Dimensions: ‎7.05 x 5.98 x 3.5 inches. Item Weight: ‎1.49 pounds. Brand: ‎Ohuhu. Manufacturer: ‎Ohuhu.

Specification: Ohuhu Skin-Tone Brush Markers, Alcohol-Based Art Markers Brush Tip for Artist Sketch Kids Adults’ Coloring Illustration, 36 Skin Tone Colors + 1 Alcohol Marker Blender + Marker Case, Brush & Chisel

Weight 1.49 lbs

12 reviews for Ohuhu Skin-Tone Brush Markers, Alcohol-Based Art Markers Brush Tip for Artist Sketch Kids Adults’ Coloring Illustration, 36 Skin Tone Colors + 1 Alcohol Marker Blender + Marker Case, Brush & Chisel

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  1. ColorCat Lady

    I love Ohuhu markers and brush markers. I rated this set at only a 4 for a few reasons. First of all, I recognize colors, but if they duplicate colors from the main set, that is not a major concern. Extras are appreciated. UPDATE: only 13 colors are actually already in the 120 brush set. My issue is with a couple color names. For example, Y9 and YR9 are both named Yellow Orche (should be ochre). These ARE 2 different colors, but why do they have the same color name? Furthermore, BR208, named Black brown….is anything BUT that color. It’s a peachy color. What gives??? Please view these discrepancies in the attached picture. BTW….the colors do match all colors Ohuhu shows for this set, so my set IS what I was supposed to receive…..but I sure would like to get a response from Ohuhu on this.Read more

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  2. Miao

    The 36-color skintone set adds 24 new colors to the existing 120 range of alcohol brush markers by Ohuhu, bringing the total to 144. With refills reportedly on the horizon, I cannot think of a better value for money, at around $1 a marker, for anyone looking to practice with alcohol markers or who can’t afford Copic markers.Read more

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  3. Mandy

    These are such a blessing. Every skin tone is here in this set and I can not express how it opens my fashion art to another level. I now can create more make up looks on my fashion illustrations and it gives me the opportunity to represent diversity boldly. They are pigmented, no smell, duel ended with a brush nib and they are very affordable for a beginner. I HIGHLY recommend. Representation matters❤Read more

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  4. Mark

    I spent a couple years painting (with acrylic) and got really good at it! But recently after some troubling times I have experienced a long term artists block. I want to get back into it but just couldn’t s em to commit. So I decided to get some markers, color pencils, and a few coloring books from Alena Lazavera (who has amazing artwork to color!) and I am pleased! I am new to using markers, and it’s tricky at first to figure out how to blend. But with the RIGHT set of markers and a couple YouTube videos I’m getting the hang of it! I am super happy that this brand came with a skin tone set as well as pastel color set as I use mainly the lighter tones for a base and then use my color pencils for the details. These markers are great I LOVE them! I made the mistake of buying a cheaper brand and regrettably wasted money. But these markers have restored my creative juices and I’m back in the art game! Woohoo! I can’t even think of anything I don’t like about them! 10/10!Read more

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  5. J Scott

    I really appreciate the representation of different skin tones in this set. And for the price? 6+ stars!!! ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ In one of my photos I show the lightest color and the darkest color, but honestly I should have shown the yellows too. LITERALLY everything in between the lightest & darkest-to PERFECT yellows & oranges that actual humans would have. These are such high quality and you can tell the makers spent a lot of time on getting these shades correct. No primary shades here! Just sleek & classy HUMAN shades of skin tones. I bought this set because it’s the only brand I could find that had this deep of a chocolate where the other brands failed. I would compare these 100% to Copics. They are SO JUICY and they look so beautiful when blended. Also, remember that alcohol markers need thick paper to draw on. You cannot use reg ol’ printer paper or blending will not work well because of how these kinds of markers work. I really love how Ohuhu included a thin silicone sheet for putting between papers, just

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  6. Ari

    It came right on time, no damage. This is a Christmas present so we’ll see it really put to work then. But of course I tested them out. The chart they give you to see the colors they all worked on it, none were dried out. Will update after Christmas to show their full performance.Read more

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  7. Six Anne Mercer

    I love these markers! I have the 120 collection with brush tips and and chisel tips and decided it was time I ordered some skin tones as well. I am so happy I did! What a range it has! And they can be overlapped and blended together to make whatever color you want. They’re just fantastic. There are some duplicates but not enough to make a difference. There are nowhere near enough colors in the large enough/broad enough to cover all the colors of different skin tones. Also, just a tip I learned the other day, best to lay your kits on their side. The ink can stay evenly distributed that way. I think Jazz mentioned that but don’t quote me! Just a thought.Read more

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  8. sumon

    The media could not be loaded. The markers blends very nicely, they have wide variety of skin tones. You will never feel the lack of any particular light or dark tones..this 36 set of color packs them allRead more

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  9. Shonni

    Tried the sample as you can see above. The markers laid down and blended great, but To use a marker you have to be able to look at the tower/stand, whatever, see the cap colour, know that is what you are getting and use it. With these colours, and if you enlarge the picture you will see. ex. buttercup yellow is a sandy orange. Natural oak is like a cherry wood or chestnut, not light like oak at all. Yellow is a darker colour of bettercup not a yellow. Burnt Sienna is more black than sienna. So anyone starting out would have not bad markers, but wrong colour descriptions as to all other marker/pencil crayon companies, and frustration at pulling and having a wrong colour from the cap colours so having to check a sample sheet then find the marker every time. Hopefully they fix this as otherwise would have kept, and do have expensive markers that use. They are a bit stiffer in the brush, but really overall liked doing the samples with them.Read more

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  10. Mrs Danvers

    The only nitpick I have is that I would have included E280, E220 and E210, from the pastel set, and Y11 from the 120 set in here – which would bring it to a very comprehensive 40 set. I have the other ranges and so have those colours, but would have appreciated not having to pull from the other sets. As usual, the quality and blendability is great – I use these for colouring books and mixed media pieces, and I’m very happy. Ohuhu – for the sake of excess plastic not floating around the planet – may we please have refills? That’s another gripe. But honestly, for what I want, I’m not buying the other brands – Ohuhu all the way.Read more

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  11. Frost

    I’ll begin the review with the short and sweet. This brand is a perfect way to dip your toes into alcohol markers, to see if you like how they handle and if they work for your purposes. I own the skin-tone set, as well as the 130 brush/chisel tip set. What I like / The pros: As a beginner to alcohol markers, I can say that these ones are very easy to use- both for basic colouring as well as shading and layering. The lighter colours can be layered over darker colours as a highlight, and the darker colours are beautiful for shading and don’t feather with your basic multi-media sketch pads. The brush tip is very smooth and comfortable to use, and so long as you take your time while applying the colour it all dries into an even tone with no streaking. As well, the brush tip is firm enough that you won’t have accidents with any unintended ‘flicking’ if you’re colouring sharp corners or steep curves, saving you from accidents that might mess up your drawings or colouring pages. The colour dries almost immediately once applied. This set also has a really great assortment of fair, medium, and dark skin tones. Lots of yellow, brown, and pink-type tones. It’s a great starter pack that will give you everything you’ll need to start a good collection. What could use some work / The cons: The chisel tips seem to be unevenly cut, and I struggle to draw a full line without inconsistencies because there seems to be dips or odd shaping in the tips. From what I’ve experienced, you need to press a bit and be quite careful to avoid your lines of colour looking strange because of these gaps. The colours, when applied, don’t match up well to the colours presented on the caps where tone is concerned (they seem to apply darker or lighter, not necessarily spot on to the cap colour). Not a big gripe at all, just be sure to swatch your markers on the paper you use most to get an idea of what each colour applies like before diving into a drawing or colouring book. If you go about colouring too quickly, the colour applies pretty dry or sheer with some markers- making the application streaky and very hard to cover up once the marker has dried. On the other hand, if you go too slowly the marker applies quite heavy and dark, making the finished application look splotchy and again, hard to cover up. The two above points may be due to the paper I use, somewhat fibrous multi-media art paper, so it might be worth investing in marker pads or cardstock to avoid dry application or over-saturation. Given how popular multi-media paper is though, I wanted to mention it for anyone else that uses it as well. It’s not a huge issue at all, just good to know. Overall I definitely rate these markers at a solid 5/5, you cannot go wrong with the quality and value overall. They work beautifully, and are perfect for beginners and a great starter for anyone debating trying out higher end alcohol-markers in the future.Read more

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  12. Carolina Orsini

    Honestly the best, as good as copic markers without paying expensive for them! I’m not missing any colours and don’t have any doubles everything is perfect, easy to travel with and it even comes with a sheet to put in between your paper if you are drawing with a thin textured paper! It is fantastic go buy it!!Read more

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