Drawing with markers offers almost instant gratification—markers are simple to use, require little prep time and dry quickly. Because the marking material is fluid, the smooth marks are unlike those made by dry drawing mediums.
In this guide to buying markers, I’ll explain everything you need to know so that you can confidently purchase the markers that will work best for your artistic needs! I’ll cover things like tip shape, blending, brands, costs and the important differences between water-based and alcohol-based markers. I’ll finish up with my recommendations for the best markers you can buy.
Kids love to draw numbers, letters, stick figures, and sometimes just doodle. As they get older, kids will either lose interest in art or get better at it and draw more complex things. Encouraging your child to unleash their imagination and creativity in the form of arts and crafts will stimulate their development in a variety of ways.