Spectrum Noir is the revolutionary alcohol coloring system brought to you by Crafter’s Companion.
The range combines affordability with versatility across a vast color spectrum which has been designed specifically for the crafting market, to make alcohol pen coloring achievable for colorists at all levels of confidence and ability.
Whether you’re brand new to coloring, or consider yourself to be an expert, the easy to follow coloring system allows you to choose perfect blends from within each color family to guarantee a perfect graduation of color in a professional way.
Each pen is double ended with a broad chisel nib for coloring vast areas or creating background effects, and a fine bullet nib for controlled and accurate coloring, even in the tiniest of areas. Each of these nibs is replaceable, or you can switch out for other nibs in the range as you advance in your coloring capabilities.
The Spectrum Noir system has been designed with longevity in mind, and for that reason, each of our pens is refillable so you’re investing in a system, as opposed to making a one-off purchase, which is both great for the environment, and also great for your pocket!
The packs of core pens are organized into color families with multiple blends in each pack making them great for beginners who want to achieve professional results without having to learn and understand color compositions. Simply follow the letter and number prefixes to select colors within the same family in varying intensities and blend in a circular motion to make three-dimensional effects.
The larger packs offer a range of colors across a broader spectrum to supplement the core selection, which all together covers the complete spectrum in 168 shades. And because the pens are refillable, you’ll only need each shade once, so you’ll never find any repetition of colors in the packs.
So for a system that offers you both exceptional value for money and top performance, look no further than Spectrum Noir – brought to you by Crafter’s Companion.
For more information click on over to the Spectrum Noir Website.