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Ever considered using Promarkers with Fineliners and ink to create depth and detail? Or going rogue and using Promarker Skintones to achieve earthly landscapes? Whatever you’re illustrating, from early sketches to the precision of a project, make sure you’re using the best tools to develop your style.

Sally Mackereth is an architect who fuses architecture with interior design. The illustration of ideas for clients is extremely important, for most projects, Watch this video to learn about her process and the tools she uses.

See our range in action


Our five Promarker ranges come in a variety of inks and nibs that are carefully curated to offer you unique themes and colours.

British Virgin Islands -College Campus (private commission) / Fineliner & Watercolour / A3 size / 2021


Our Fineliners deliver incredible detail with exceptional ink flow and come in a variety of nib sizes.

Studio Collection

Explore vibrant colour with our Studio Collection range. Including sketching and graphite, colour and watercolour pencils.

Find the right paper for you

Our paper range is designed specifically for use with our graphic art tools to ensure optimum performance. From sketching and mixed media paper to bleed-proof marker paper, ideal for layering your favourite Promarker colours.

Mixed media paper

Mixed Media paper

bristol paper

Bristol Paper

drawing and sketching paper

Drawing Paper

marker paper

Marker Paper

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Featured Content

From profiles to proportions: a beginner’s guide to fashion illustration

Follow these introductory step-by-step tutorials by fashion illustrator Scott Mason and you’ll be sketching figures, defining poses and layering garments with confidence in no time.

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Clothing your model: a guide to drawing different types of garments

Once you’ve mastered the art of developing form and pose, it’s time to navigate illustrating the varying shapes and cuts that come with different outfits.