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Application & Qualities

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Product Specifications

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Stock # Description UPC No.
57369 CUBE COLLECTION 16 PK - 2 EA GOLD, SILVER; 1 EA Rd, Pk, Prpl, Emerald, Grn, Blue, Sepia, Burgundy, Hunter Green, Blue/Blk, Blk, Copper 0 53482 57369 7
57913 CUBE COLLECTION 16 PC - 2 ea Red, Pink, Purple, Silver; 1 EA Golden, Copper, Rose, Sky, Lime, Green, Blue, Marine 0 53482 57913 7
58377 CUBE COLLECTION 16 PC - 1 EA ALL COLORS 0 53482 58377 6
58351 SET, SOUFFLE CUBE COLLECTION 16 PC - 3 EA WHITE; 2 EA GRAY, BLUE, PURPLE, PINK; 1 EA ORANGE, LT ORANGE, GREEN, YELLOW, LIGHT GREEN 0 53482 58351 6
50075 MICRON 05 COLORS CUBE COLLECTION 16 PC - 2 EA Blk; 1 EA Blue, Rd, Grn, Brn, Prpl, Yellow, Orange, Rose, Sepia, R. Blue, Burgundy, Hunter Grn, Blue/Blk, Fresh Grn 0 53482 50075 9
50076 ALL BLACK CUBE COLLECTION 16 PC - 2 EA BRUSH, MICRON 3 EA 05, 2 EA 01, 08, 1 EA 005, 02, 03; GRAPHIC 2 EA 1MM, 1 EA 2MM, 3MM 0 53482 50076 6
53814 PERMAPAQUE FINE COLLECTION 0 53482 58314 1

WATCH VIDEOS

Comic Art Inking Tutorial with Deb Aoki
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Use different Pigma Micron nibs to ink your characters and bring depth to your artwork.

Zentangle Pattern Fungees How-To
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I came up with this 'Fungees' pattern during the fall 2010 Certified Zentangle Teacher training seminar. It was inspired by fungi growing on a tree trunk. Here are the steps!

Doodle Your Own Cute Monsters, Sweets and Succulents
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Supplies: Mixed Media paper Pigma® Micron® pens - sizes 05 and 08 Glaze® pen - Clear (optional) Koi® Water Color Field Sketch Kit (optional) Cotton swabs (optional) Follow some simple tips to make your own style of mini monsters, sweet treats and succulent plants. Use Pigma Micron to draw, Glaze pen to create a resist, and add color with Koi Water Colors.

ARTIST SHOWCASE


John Woolley
I am 9 years old and in the 4th grade. Since I began drawing seriously I have always used Micron Pens. I plan on using

-John Woolley