Chameleon Color Tone pens: one pen blends multiple tones- allowing you to do more with less!
The Earth Tones Set of 5 includes the following colors:
OR4 Seville Orange
YG3 Spring Meadow
BR2 Hot Cocoa
OL3 Olive Green
The 5-Pen packs are a great way to get into the Chameleon Color Tones range. Each pack is complete with detailed instructions that have useful hints, tips and techniques.
The 5 vibrant colors in each set produce over 25 color tones. Each pen goes from as light as a hint of a tint to rich tones, eliminating tonal gaps in your collection.
Chameleon pens bring color control and simplicity to your art. Create stunning 3D effects, smooth transitions, highlighting, shading, gradations and blending- all with one pen!!
One marker fits together in 2 parts- a dual tip pen with colored ink -and- a mixing chamber with blending solution. Use each section of the marker individually for regular coloring OR leave the middle cap off when you put the halves back together- allowing the blending solution to soak into the colored tip of the marker. Then when you color, the intensity of the ink color gradually darkens- making it super simple to color in gradation!
*High-quality alcohol-based ink
*Double Ended- brush tip opposite a fine bullet tip
*Color indicators on cap
*Non-toxic and low odor
See the new Chameleon pens in action!!
-Remember to store your dual-tip markers horizontally, to keep an even distribution of ink
-Best when used on thicker papers, those suitable for alcohol inks
Pen nib not getting lighter?
Make sure the cap is off and the nib of the marker is touching the nib in the Mixing Chamber
Make sure you are holding the pen in a vertical position
Wait at least 15 seconds, then see if ink has lightened
If it is still not infusing Toning Medium, refill the Mixing Chamber
Color goes dark too fast?
Infuse the nib with the Toning Medium for a longer period of time
For best infusion, make sure your pen is being held in a vertical position
Blend looks streaky?
Try holding your pen more upright so the lighter color in the nib is laid down first