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These markers were scanned in 2400 dpi, then cleaned, gently sharpened, released from boring white pixels, separated on layers then taken back to original size with 300 dpi which provides maximum information at a handy scale. Afterwards imported to the Adobe Illustrator Brush Library, named, organized and separately adjusted. Please check the images of my Photoshop Marker Textures to get an idea of the scale. They are big.

250 REAL MARKERS FOR ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR are intentionally not converted into vectors. Which means that the represented brush strokes mimic the original appearance via pixel images. No fear - I've created different length versions for best fit to your vector. Number 1-10 of each brush category is starting with short over medium to long strokes.

Install by hitting the the menu icon of your window / brush panel / open brush library / other… …or simply by putting the file in the Brushes folder which you find inside Illustrator / Presets / …

…have fun!


I've added 300+ VECTOR Markers to the set. Many people asked me to make this possible – wich I did now. The Brush Files you will receive are HQ-vectorized versions of the Image Brushes of the REAL MARKERS set – and beyond (about 315 brushes in total). The added brushes will work with Illustrator CS6+.

I've completed the 300+ IMAGE BRUSHES set. The Brush Files contain about 315 image brushes in total. The added brushes will work with Illustrator CC+.

I've added 5 essential Markers from my REAL MARKERS FOR PHOTOSHOP set.

I've added setting color feature to the vector brushes.

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Is this Item available for Illustrator CS6 or below?

Sadly not, but I am intending to create a Vector version wich will be usable in CS6 and below.

The brush looks pixellated or segmented on curved paths.

Increase your artboard size. The bigger – the better the output. It has to do with how Illustrator copes with the rendering of the bitmap image. Give it a try!