tombow replacement?

Discussion in 'Tools of the Trade' started by aleks, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. aleks

    aleks Member

    I'm looking for a good replacement for Tombow marker, that seem to be the best fo edging papermodels.
    In Italy there is no way to put hands on decent gray markers, I'm dreaming of this set [​IMG] plus some other useful colors.

    Any suggestions?
  2. shoki2000

    shoki2000 Active Member

    I would suggest Faber-Castell PITT artist pens.
    Inexpensive, come is a full palette of colors, easy to use and do not bleed. I use them for all my models.
  3. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Oh, the secret is out!! Great! :)
  4. aleks

    aleks Member

    I could have as many as I want... now I rule the world, AHAHAHAHAH!!!

    ehmm... sorry!

    Thank you
  5. aleks

    aleks Member

    project about conquering the world seems to suffer some delays...
    Faber castel Pitt pens seems to be available on the european market but are very difficult to find on "real" store, even fine arts ones.
    I bought a couple of Letraset Promarker, double tip,good choice of colors) and I've tried them, but they are alcool-based and tend to bleed , so I was not very happy.

    ...but yesterday, SURPRISE. In a local stationery shop, I found... TOMBOW!

    P.S. If there is something useful in my post, is about my opinion on Letraset ;-)
  6. aleks

    aleks Member

    News for italian/european w40k builders, especially SM ones
    just found and tried these
    water based, permanent, non-bleeding, cheap... but with a big round tip.
    I think they will be almost useful for black templar,raven guard, dark angels,mentor legion, blood angels, blood crow, ultramarine... and so on.

    but I need a yellow!

    want to try it on an actual build (death company razorback, maybe, or dark angels

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