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What Are The Differences And Use of Extra Fine Tip Paint Pens?

Extra fine tip paint pens are perfect for more precise writing or drawing tasks that require high precision. For example, a timetable or text within or near a picture requires working with a fine-tipped marker. When working with text, it is important to remember that the aesthetic component of the artwork should not interfere with the perception of information. Make sure you write text large enough to be easily read, regardless of the patterns and embellishments you plan to draw later.

The rounded tip is commonly used for writing. Whether it's a ballpoint pen, pencil, or felt-tip pen, most have a rounded nib that creates a wide range of line thickness. Extra fine tip paint pens with rounded nib are also commonly used for lettering and long text containing combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters. The rounded shape of the nib means you can hold the marker as you like, and the line will always be the same thickness.

Medium tip markers apply more ink and therefore create thicker lines. Use them to write large, easy-to-read words for presentations or to shade a large area of your work surface. They write in relatively large letters and need enough space between letters when working.

It is recommended to use extra-fine point paint pens in combination with other types of markers. This will help you create unique masterpieces and ease the entire process by taking advantage of each type of marker.

Permanent extra fine tip paint pens are suitable for almost all applications where there is a risk of ink smearing on a smooth background or contact with moisture. These markers are not only non-spread but also waterproof, making them suitable for outdoor use. You can use their high-quality permanent ink on almost any surface. In addition, the colors of extra fine tip paint pens are lightfast and retain their brightness for a long time.

Useful Tips For Effective Work With Extra Fine Tip Paint Pens

  1. When choosing extra fine tip paint pens, pay attention to the product's label. Acrylic markers should be labeled as "water-based" on the body, permanent and oily markers as "permanent" and "oil-based" respectively. This is the main principle of how to distinguish one type of marker from another.
  2. Water-based permanent markers must be odorless. The only exception is alcohol-based markers, but their smell should evaporate quickly. If any other type of marker has an odor, it is a sign of poor product quality.
  3. Acrylic marker ink should dry quickly and not leave streaks or smudges. To check if the marker is of good quality, you need to draw a line on a suitable surface and drag your finger along it. A high-quality marker will dry out in a few minutes and will not leave streaks on the surface.
  4. Use only specified solvents or soapy water to clean acrylic and oily marker stains. If you follow the instructions, you can easily remove unwanted ink stains. Use professional alcohol-based solvents to erase permanent markers.
  5. Use extra-fine point paint pens only for their intended purpose. Do not disassemble or experiment with the component parts of the marker even after it is finished. The only exception is the replacement of the tip if necessary.
  6. Store extra fine tip paint pens only horizontally. This way the ink won't dry out and the marker will serve you much longer.