- They have a chisel nib and a fine nib
- From Japan
…that’s all I know
|Maxon Twin Marker|
I bought these markers in a little art store in Japan. The store didn’t have that many markers left so I ended up with a lot of dark browns and greys and no skin colors.
|Drawing made with |
Maxon Twin Markers
on Letraset marker paper
These are very standard markers. Not overly bad but not particularly good. They don’t respond well to layering or blending. They start to resist next layering after a while, and becoming almost oily (this is more or less noticeably depending on what paper I use).
I haven’t found any information about these markers on the Internet so it would be interesting if someone else hade any experience or/and knowledge about this marker.