Got Marker Problems? One of my viewers did. So here’s some basic differences between water-based and alcohol-based markers. Today we are going to go over the markers and what you can expect from each type.
Recently I had a YouTube subscriber leave me the following comment on the CraftTestDummies channel:
Genesis Not Exodus: This was helpful thank you! Although, when I do multiple layers of colors, the paper starts scraping away and I am not pressing hard. Do I have to wait for it to dry a little? Or am I using the wrong paper? I use multimedia paper which has worked with copic markers so I am confused with why it does that with these.
I made a little video to explain:
And as you can see, I have a little video series planned to give you more in-depth information on each kind coming up soon!
If you have questions you’d like me to address, just leave them below and I’ll include them in my videos!
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