My newest addiction is Promarkers. I've owned a few of them for a while but due to having the full set of Spectrum Noir markers I didn't feel the need to collect them all. Until I started using them again and realised how much more I prefer them to SN! There is a blank chart available to download on the Letraset website, but it's only for the basic 148 colours and doesn't include all the Limited Edition packs they've released over the years, which are still readily available to buy. Neither does it include the metallic set OR the neon set, so I went in search of a full, comprehensive chart (because if you're going to have a collection you might as well get the lot, and I'm a sucker for charting everything).
I found a chart with a couple of the Limited Edition packs included, but not all of them. I found websites that promised a full chart but took me to some spammy download site that I worried would infest my computer with viruses. "Surely someone has made one already?!" I cried, eyes burning from a good hour scrolling through Google trying to find one. When none could be found, I realised there was nothing to it but to make it myself. It wasn't quick and it wasn't easy, but I'm ecstatic to say the complete chart is done! I've even converted it to PDF and I'm releasing it FREE for everyone to download, no catches, just so you don't have to go through the frustration of trawling the net yourself! As you can see, I need to up my game (or fatten my wallet) before I have the lot.
Obviously, there are LOADS of colours in the complete set, and I'm no graphics whizz, so it's not the crispest, easiest to read chart ever, but the only way I could fit every colour on one sheet was to scale it down quite a bit, and the text is still readable so it'll do for me. Click to download your FREE FULL PROMARKER CHART and have fun swatching all your colours!