Hey guys, so this post is finally here! So just a fair warning guys that this post is going to be a bit lengthy and that these are my own opinions and not an am I saying that you should go out and buy them but this post is just to give you a little insight into these marker brands.
Tinge markers used to be cheap in comparison to the high end markers, however, they are now similarly priced as Promarkers but they may be cheaper in stores rather than online.
These markers are of good quality and will make an excellent addition to your art supplies but Tinge Markers do not provide a wide variety of colours which easily accessible in stores.
The colourless blender by Tinge is universal so it can be used with any other maker brands however, if too much of this blender is applied it can ruin your drawing.
Overall, Tinge markers are cheap individually, of good quality but the colourless blender could be improved.
Promarkers can be seen as one of the high end markers and they are available in almost every art store, and as “high end” suggests, they can get pretty pricey individually.
Promarkers can be sold in packages with set colours for various things, such as most commonly used colours in an anime or starter packs.
Promarkers provide a wide variety of colours and tones which allows you to be more detailed than using Tinge Markers (but this can be created by using only a few tones and a blender for the Tinge Markers).
The Promarker blender is good but it seems to ruin out more quickly than the Tinge blender and this is probably due to the fact that more is needed in order to properly blend out a colour.
Overall, Promarkers are worth the price and last quite a bit as long as the pen isn’t overly used.
If you were to ask me which was my favourite I’d probably say Promarkers as the colour doesn’t bleed out, you can use it on any medium (including silk) and they are easier to find and buy in comparison to Tinge Markers.
Thanks for reading guys and sorry for the really long wait for this post. More posts will be coming up soon and if you have any questions, just ask me in the comments and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.