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This bundle pack combines all the must-have acrylic paint marker pens that you can use on virtually any surface! Create colorful and remarkable masterpieces with the brilliant colors in the 20 pack, or do fine detailing or calligraphy with the black and white acrylic paint marker sets. With the different nib sizes and variety of colors, you'll discover new ways to express your creativity anywhere and anytime.
Enjoy creating art on virtually any surface: fabric, textile, canvas, metal, pottery, treated wood, plastic, stone, terra cotta, polymer clay, rocks, ceramics, and more. No matter the surface, your masterpieces will remain vibrant, as these awesome acrylic paint pens are resistant to water, fading, and abrasion.
Create stunning custom mugs and other personalized gifts for yourself and your loved ones. Want to make your artworks on ceramics permanent? No problem. You can easily do so by baking (not dishwasher safe).
The variety of easy-to-use nibs is perfect for all kinds of art projects – whether for precise work, fine details, or thick strokes. So you can create dynamic and layered artworks with ease.
I like them. I bought them for a certain style of art and they work great. They would also work well for making signs and other things.
Good markers. Works great for painting on rocks. We did about 15 small rocks and still have plenty of paint left. Missing one color, and got a duplicate of another.
These pens are great! They have really bold colors, are easy to use, the paint flows smoothly. They are easy to uncap and recap. I have tried them on seversl mediums(paper, wood, plastic, canvas, and glass) and I have to say they have worked well on all. Having the right tools can really make you an artist, and these are the right tools!
I am in love with these marker pens! I recently used them to create a sign and look forward to trying them on more craft projects.
The paint flowed well and the colors are nice. The three bright colors I have tested so far seemed a little thin and watery; I don’t know if that’s typical of acrylic paint markers? I had to do multiple coats of paint to get solid color. I didn’t have the same problem with the black marker, which worked fine the first time.