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I read an article saying that copic is the best product on the market, but I think it a bit expensive. One alternative to copic markers that get as close to the quality and consistency of real copic is prismacolor. These are high-quality markers but at a price that most people can afford. It is very suitable for beginners.
 

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Ohuhu is also a great marker. Even though some users exert pressure when coloring, these markers do not splotch readily. The ink also dries fast, making it ideal for mixing. The colors are simple to use and choose, making them ideal for beginners and children who are working on coloring books.
 
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