Uni Posca Paint Marker PC-5M - Medium Point - 8 Color Set

Uni Posca Paint Marker PC-5M - Medium Point - 8 Color Set

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Uni Posca paint markers use vivid, opaque ink that can write on virtually any surface, including paper, photos, glass, wood, plastic, and metal. The paint ink can be scraped off from nonporous surfaces like glass but adheres permanently to porous surfaces like paper. It shows up well on both light and dark surfaces, and once dry you can write over it with another Posca marker without smearing or showing through. The ink is water-based, non-toxic, lightfast, and waterproof.

To start using the marker, shake it with the cap on so that the ball inside rattles. Then uncap the pen, place the tip on a piece of scratch paper, and press down so that the tip is pushed back into the body of the pen. Press the tip down several times until the ink begins to flow.

These pens have a medium tip, which produces a line about 2.5 mm wide.

This set contains eight colors: black, blue, green, light blue, pink, red, white, and yellow.

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I wound up with a black...
July 22, 2015
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I wound up with a black Posca paint marker and liked it so much I wanted a whole set! The medium tip is pretty broad, good for filling in space and writing in large letters but there's not a lot of flexibility or line variance, so if you want something to do double duty for bold and detailed work, this is NOT it.
The markers are easy to prime and I've found the flow a lot more faithful than other paint markers I've tried. No problems with running dry, skipping or scratching. The paint also resists bleeding on every paper so far (even sticky notes!).
The only real inconvenience I've run into so far is the expected one: the lighter colours (especially the white) are weak on non-porous surfaces. Almost every artist I know is looking for the perfect white for highlights and drawing over black ink, and I'm sorry to say this isn't quite it. It's close, though!
Even so! I love using these guys in my sketchbook and for accents on acrylic paintings. The black is an absolute champ. Highly recommend!
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