Art pen sets & marker sets
Favoured by all types of artists, including illustrators, manga artists and graphic designers, our pen and marker sets come in packs of 4 all the way up to 120.
Coming from the best brands, every marker and art pen set offers outstanding performance and creativity versatility. Whether you’re drawing fine lines, journaling or adding big sweeps of colour, you can do it all with our marker and art pen sets. Explore all the different types, including:
- Watercolour brush pens - great for watercolour paintings, graphic design, illustration and lettering.
- Fineliner pens - use for precise, fine lines.
- Dual tip markers - ideal for drawing, colouring and hand lettering.
- Alcohol markers - use for freehand drawing, brush calligraphy or colouring in existing images.
- Copic markers - perfect for graphic design, architecture, papercraft, fine art, art and craft, illustration, manga and much more.
Shop art pen and marker sets online at Art to Art. Buy now and pay later with Afterpay, and get free shipping over $100. Need to stock up on more drawing supplies? We have art pencils, pastels and calligraphy supplies too.
What is the best marker set?
This ultimately depends on the type of markers you’re after and what you plan to do with them. But to choose the best marker set for you, be sure to look at:
- The number and types of colours in the set
- Whether the markers are double-ended
- What surfaces the markers can be used on
- If the markers are permanent
What is a good marker brand?
There are so many good ones, it’s hard for us to pick! But these are the top brands we recommend:
What are good pens for artists?
If you’re looking to create fine, sharp lines, we recommend fineliner pens. For hand lettering, illustration and paintings, opt for coloured fibre tip pens or paint pens - available in both watercolour and acrylic. We also recommend these brands:
Are Pitt Artist Pens good?
Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens are definitely good! They’re ideal for sketches, drawings, illustrations and layouts because of their highly pigmented, highly lightfast Indian ink. The light colours are transparent (suited to varnishing techniques), while the dark colours have good covering qualities.