Some random marker pick-ups from here and there. Maybe some repeat entries.
DISNEY PRINCESS ARIEL / DISNEY CARS
Went into Honest Ed’s while waiting to meet a friend in the area. Picked up a couple of licensed marker sets, Disney Princess series and a Cars series. I got the Spiderman series a while ago. Small bullet tip marker, plastic wrap labeling. Ink is medium gray. Pretty good markers for a cheap price.
This one is a bit larger than the Disney ones above, but same silhouette and cap details. This was also found in a set of assorted markers. Got this in a Dollar Store on St.Clair. On the label there is a picture of three hands with some marker drawn tattoos of a tribal scribble, hearts,and a peace sign. It’s already dried out. I think it was DOA.
DISNEY CARS STAMPER MARKER
Got this one from Honest Ed’s as well. Pack of 3 stamper markers for $1.50. Plastic wrap label features some characters from Cars movie that I don’t know. The stamp makes a “crown insignia” shape. And thats about it. It’s a pretty large size marker just to be making crown shapes. I have a couple of these stamper markers. These are a really stupid idea.
I went to a Zellers for some reason, and picked up a marker set. These are made by Elmer’s, a name I trust because of their white glue making. The silhouette is pretty much a Zebra McKee Twintip, chisel on one side, bullet on the other. Good consistent dark ink quality. Makes even conistent lines. A good to great standard marker.
DESK TECH JUMBO CHISEL
Got this at the Dollar Store around the corner. A rather cheap quality dollar store marker. Plastic label wrap features bilingual french-english translations. Flimsy plastic construction on cap, but surprisingly strong plastic barrel core. Really thick black ink quality. Bit of bleed and stagger when making lines. This marker is rough around the edges, but performs rather nicely under the right conditions.
CHARTPAK BLACK P98
Not sure if I have this already. The general look of these graphic design markers always looks the same, but sometimes the side label details change throughout the years. This is a really great marker once it gets worked in and starts fading right. This marker is operating in its prime. Makes butter smooth lines, shows a real nice range of color from dark black to medium grey speckling, as pressure is applied differently. Really nice wide chisel tip. These markers have excellent quality nibs. Consistently excellent product from Chartpak.