The Variety of Modern Markers: From Industrial Pens to Fine Tip Coloring Markers
Depending on their purpose, markers have different properties, but at the same time retain their main function, the ability to mark. Markers are conventionally divided into several main groups: office, industrial, artistic, and decorative. Here are just a few of the main types and scopes of markers:
- Permanent markers for various types of surfaces, including CDs, leaving a trail that is resistant to moisture, temperature extremes, and ultraviolet light.
- Quick-drying whiteboard markers turn to dust when in contact with a sponge.
- Chalkboard markers are made using a special water-based chalk ink.
- Flip chart markers have a special ink that does not leak onto the lower sheets of paper, even when used in multiple layers.
- The industry uses special graphic markers to mark porous, hard, uneven and rough surfaces.
- In light industry, permanent markers are used to create patterns for patterns on leather goods.
- Standard stationery markers are designed for use on all types of paper, regardless of its density and texture, as well as printouts on different types of printers.
- Tile markers contain a fungicide that prevents mold and mildew.
Features of Fine Tipped Markers
The use of markers for various artworks is quite popular. Professional art fine tip marker set is versatile: it can be used to apply an image to a wide variety of surfaces: metal, glass, wood, plastic, stone, films.
Art markers, including alcohol-based, oil-based, and watercolor-based paint pens, are easy to mix and wash with clean water, whether ink is dry or fresh. Fine tip paint pen creates smooth color transitions, resulting in a stunning watercolor effect.
Depending on the use on a particular surface, thin markers demonstrate their versatility in the following ways:
- Wood markers have an extremely durable tip that resists abrasive and hard surfaces, leaving permanent marks on wet, dry, porous or rough wood.
- Glass markers are designed for window dressing and window marking; their design includes a valve that dispenses the supply of water-soluble ink.
- Extra fine nib markers are designed for fine, long-lasting patterning on textiles. They do not spread, do not wash off with water and do not fade under the influence of ultraviolet radiation.
- Ceramic markers make it possible to depict inscriptions and drawings extremely elegantly, with even and thin lines. After baking, a fine point marker pen acquires a fade-resistant enamel effect.
- Fine marker nibs allow you to draw fine details, create perfect patterns, paint evenly, and apply hatching.
Benefits of Fine Tip Paint Pens
The use of fine tip markers gives the artist more freedom and the ability to seek self-expression through the creation of masterpieces on various surfaces. Slim markers offer artists a number of benefits:
- rich color palette;
- application in various artistic movements using different techniques;
- the ability to mix colors;
- simplicity and ease of use.
The ink used to refill art markers is waterproof and non-toxic. It dries quickly, so you can cover the surface in several layers, achieving the required color intensity.
Professional artists use fine tip coloring markers for various types of work:
- creation of paintings and drawings;
- sketches from nature;
- decorative painting;
- interior decoration;
- creation of graffiti and various art projects on the streets of the city;
- clothing design;
- sketching, game graphics, comics.
Art fine tip markers can be refilled with ink as needed, fine markers have replaceable ink nibs. The ink is stable, withstands low temperatures and other atmospheric conditions, making it possible to use markers for outdoor decoration.