Drawing With Sharpie Markers: The Perfect Art Marker For Designing

Using Sharpie Markers To Draw

This hubpage will attempt to demostrate why I am a fan of sharpie markers and drawing with them is something that I do recommend and also using them to colour in your art too.

Sharpie markers come in quite a few colours and they are permanent markers, but unlike other markers of this type, the colours don't fade and they are quite vibrant when drawn on clean white paper and the colours don't streak if you apply the colours in a clean and tidy way, if you do happen to make your colour slightly streaky then just go over it to even the colour out, once it dries the colour looks nice and smooth.

Below I have done a few drawings with various sharpie markers, so watch the videos and see for yourself, I have lots of sharpie mini markers which I prefer to use when sketching or drawing with them, but you may use the larger ones if you feel more comfortable holding them to draw.

 

Draw Tattoo Art Header Graphic Logo Drawn With Sharpies

Halloween Hallows Eve Header Graphic Drawn With Sharpie Markers

Sharpie Markers

 Some of the sharpie colour range can be used to blend and colour can also be laid on top of another colour to create a richer colour, like most art markers I usually like using the red, orange and yellow for funky fire colour designs on my tattoos.

Sharpie Markers, Get Them From Amazon Delivered Straight To Your Door For Your Convenience

Demon Sketch With A Sharpie

Sharpie Markers

Sharpie markers to draw and sketch with, bright colours and easy to use.
Sharpie markers to draw and sketch with, bright colours and easy to use.

More by this Author


Sharpie Markers For Drawing 1 comment

carol7777 profile image

carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

I think I like these little markers mostly because they are portable and easy to carry around. Color and no other supplies like brushes, water etc. Great hub on the subject...and it reminds me I need some of these beautiful markers. Thanks for sharing.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.


    Click to Rate This Article
    working