As a graffiti writer, you will spend a lot of time sketching in your black book and you quickly learn the markers you draw with in school are absolute garbage.
Our pick for best graffiti markers for paper is…
What makes Promarkers such good graffiti markers for paper?
- Blend your colors with Letraset’s high quality ink
- Stop leaving streaks when you fill in your sketches
- Stays juicy even if you don’t use them right away (mine have sat for over a year and still flow like new)
- You have a huge number of colors to choose from
Two nibs! A broad chisel nib for filling in your sketches and a fine nib for detail work
I really love having two nibs on the Promarkers. This lets you fill in large areas quickly and easily while still allowing you to make detailed line-work.
The ink lasts a long time and if kept in proper conditions, the markers don’t dry out easily. (Please remember to snap caps back on tightly!)
Once you play with the markers for a while, you’ll learn how to keep the nib moving on the paper and eliminate streaks from your sketching.
While the ink is still damp, you are able to blend colors by using the blending tool. This took me a while to get used to, and I admittedly still don’t use it much – if you’d like to learn more leave a comment and I’ll dive in a little deeper.
The best part of the Promarkers is the colorway available. Get started by investing in a 12-pack assortment and you have an amazing set of markers to play with.
The Promarkers won’t bleed too much making them a good graffiti marker for black book sketching.