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All Copic Replacement Nibs and Tools
All Copic Replacement Nibs, Tools and Opaque White


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Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
CAL3MMN COPIC - Marker Replacement Nibs - Calligraphy 3mm (Set of 10)
CAL5MMN COPIC - Marker Replacement Nibs - Calligraphy 5mm (Set of 10)
STDBRDN COPIC - Marker Replacement Nibs - Standard Broad (Set of 10)
STDFNN COPIC - Marker Replacement Nibs - Standard Fine (Set of 10)
SPRFNN COPIC - Marker Replacement Nibs - Super Fine (Set of 10)
TWZR Copic - Nib changing TWEEZERS
SEMIBRDN COPIC Classic - Marker Replacement Nibs - Semi Broad (Set of 10)
SFTBRD COPIC Classic - Marker Replacement Nibs - Soft Broad (Set of 10)
BRUSHN COPIC CLASSIC Marker (not Sketch Marker type) BRUSH NIB (Set of 3)
(Out of Stock)
RNDN COPIC Marker Replacement Nibs - Round (Set of 10)
SPCHGR Copic Multiliner - SP Nib and Refill Cartrige Changing Tool
MLSPN003 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.03 (Pack of 2 Nibs)
MLSPN005 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.05 (Pack of 2 Nibs)
MLSPN01 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.1 (Pack of 2 Nibs)
MLSPN02 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.2 (Pack of 2 Nibs)
MLSPN025 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.25 (Pack of 2 Nibs)
MLSPN03 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.3 (Pack of 1 Nib)
MLSPN035 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.35 (Pack of 1 Nib)
MLSPN05 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.5 (Pack of 1 Nib)
MLSPN07 COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib - Size 0.7 (Pack of 1 Nib)
MLSPBN COPIC Multiliner SP Replacement Nib for Brush Pen
MEDBRDN COPIC Sketch & Ciao Marker Replacement Nibs Medium Broad (Set of 10)
MEDRNDN COPIC Sketch - Marker Replacement Nibs - Medium Round (Set of 5)
SPRBRSHN COPIC Sketch and Ciao Marker Replacement Nibs - Super Brush (Set of 3)
VINKBooster Copic Various Ink - BOOSTER (Set of 3)
BRDCALN COPIC Wide Marker Nibs Broad Calligraphy (Pack of 2) [18mm]
XTRABRDN COPIC Wide Marker Replacement Nibs - Extra Broad (Pack of 2)
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  • Extends the life of your tools
  • Enables custom nib combinations
  • Classic - 9 nib options
  • Sketch - 3 nib options
  • Ciao - 2 nib options
  • Wide - 2 nib options

  • Replaceable nibs allow you to extend the life of your tools. Copic markers and Multiliner SP pens feature replaceable nibs that allow for customization and longevity. Mix and match different nibs to create combinations that match your preferences.

  • Proper Care of Marker Nibs
  • What to Avoid:
  • A good rule of thumb is: if it is a material that smears when it gets wet, stay away. If it must be colored over, use the Copic Airbrush System to apply the color, rather than making direct contact using the marker nib.

  • White Out or Opaque White:
  • Avoid coloring over white-out, even when dry. Aside from looking bad on paper, it will leave a white spot on the tip of the marker.

  • Un-Fired Clay:
  • Bits of un-fired clay will clog the pores, leaving the marker tip discolored. Plaster may cause the same effect and should also be avoided. Clay coated papers should be tested, as some will work and others will not. Ceramic paint-it-yourself ornaments are fine. Sculpey, after it is baked, also works well. Glazed ceramics are generally okay, although the ink may build up on their slick surfaces.

  • Acrylic Paints:
  • Quick work or single strokes are generally fine, but trying to color over most acrylics will clog or discolor the marker nibs. If acrylics are used over original work, some dark marker colors may bleed through the layers of acrylic paint, so always test before adding acrylic to a finished piece.

  • Chalks/Oil Pastels:
  • Always use chalks or oil pastels after coloring with your markers, never before.

  • Solvents or Oils:
  • Avoid coloring on top of solvents or oils. Many are okay to use over a marker drawing, but be sure to check the package to see if they contain alcohol, ethanol or something similar.

  • Avoiding Nib Discoloration:
  • Copic markers are commonly used with watercolors, pastels, colored pencil or acrylics. However, these other mediums should be used AFTER the marker work has been done. Any other inks that are not given enough time to dry (but that usually work with Copics) will discolor the tips. Your pale colored markers will show the most damage.

  • Pencil:
  • If you color over a thick pencil line with your marker, quickly scribble onto some scratch paper to remove the residue from the tip. The same goes for colored pencils; while ink flow should not be affected, the tip will become discolored.

  • Watercolors:
  • The paint is so thin that it usually won't cause a problem, but it may discolor the marker tips. If you are using watercolors, make sure to use them AFTER the markers.

  • Colored Pencils/Watercolor Pencils:
  • Use these only AFTER the marker work is done, as they will discolor a marker tip even more than a graphite pencil. Quickly scribble onto scratch paper if any penciled areas are colored over.

  • Wet Pen Inks:
  • Even if an image is drawn with the proper inking pen, if the line is not totally dry there is a risk of staining the tip. Allow your inks to dry thoroughly, especially on non-porous papers like vellum, trace or mylar.

  • Avoiding Broken Nibs:
  • Firm nibs, like the Fine or Chisel, are made from fibers that are molded together. Under normal usage these hold up well and do not need to be changed when the markers are refilled. However, if the artist frequently draws on rough surfaces like stone, cardboard or scratchy fabrics, the firm nibs will begin to fray.
  • Super Brush nibs are made from two specially joined pieces of felt. These are flexible and do not fray or break, even when applying pressure. However, they can break off entirely if used incorrectly. If a Super Brush nib must be pulled on, be sure to use Copic Tweezers, as the gripping teeth are specially designed to avoid damaging the brush nib.
  • Brush nibs are more likely to get damaged if the marker is running out of ink and the customer applies more pressure to try and get the last bit of juice from their marker or pen.
    Always refill promptly once a marker shows signs of going dry.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Again.... the best!!!! March 13, 2017
Reviewer: Veronica Dornhoffer from Kingsville, TX United States  
Quick ship and perfect order.... as always!  Highly recommended!!!!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Very good Product and a great Price! October 31, 2016
Reviewer: Kathleen OBrien from Medina, OH United States  
Love this product.

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replacement nibs review May 12, 2016
Reviewer: Anthony Andreoni from DAVIE, FL United States  
Otakufuel's character never ceases to amaze me. I ordered about 70 copic markers (including ciao, sketch, and classic markers), refillable copic ink, 2 sets of nibs, and spica glitter pens and they came in record time. They also came double wrapped in rubber bands, plastic, and 2 priority mail packages ( one within another) - even if king kong were to try to bite it open, he wouldnt be able to. My art supplies came safe and sound and everything came (and then some) as expected. I tested all of the supplies out and inked my copic color sheet and all the ink is at the standard we expect. He is really loyal and honest with the customers and he will message you back rather quickly if you have a question. the best part is that his service sh!#s on big corporations like Michaels, Pearls, etc.

long story short - I am a very pleased customer and I will be using Otakufuel as my primary source for anime-related art supplies.

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Odd size April 26, 2016
Reviewer: Paul McCall from Indianapolis, IN United States  
These chisel nibs are wider than what originally came with the Sketch markers. I had to trim the sides with an Xacto to get the cap on!

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