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Crystal Dragon

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Winter Snow Pine Tree Sunset

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Moon Fairy

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Magic Fun

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Untamed

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Winter Snow Sunset

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Retiring a medium...

Hey y'all, I decided to go ahead and write this post to inform everyone of a recent decision I have made. I will no longer be buying or using Copic Markers. The main reason (something I wish I had known before investing into them) is they are NOT lightfast. In fact, alcohol based markers in general are NOT lightfast. They use a dye based ink which isn't lightfast. Before I used Copic Markers, I created art digitally. When I wanted to dabble with traditional art, I saw and heard about Copic Markers. They were and still are very easy and fun to use. I didn't even think about lightfastness because I didn't know that was a thing. It is a common noob mistake when looking into traditional mediums. I decided to run a test on exposing swatches to regular indoor lighting for one year. At the end of the test, there was little to no fading. However, that test only lasted a year. What happens in 10 years? I'm not sure. I have framed one of my copic pictures and the color still