There are many times that I want to add marks or specific shapes to one of my paintings and really want more control than a brush will give me. A marker would be my first Go To Tool, but most markers will bleed as soon as I apply additional acrylic paint over the marks.This is especially difficult to deal with, when working on a canvas surface. The marker ink seems to float on the surface of the canvas and smear and run as soon as the water based paint comes in contact with it.
The Solution:Montana Acrylic Markers
They feature water-based brilliant pigmented, acrylic matte colors. The ink is lightfast, water-proof and abrasion-proof allowing application to almost any surface including canvas, wood, metal, walls and glass. The ink is also ideal for brushwork and airbrush.
I have not tried this brand on glass or wood yet, but on paper and CANVAS it is great. It stays exactly where I put it, even when painting over it or spraying it with a little water.
NOTE: Use on an appropriate surface. It stays just as permanently on your new favorite shirt or table top.
Available at Any Art/craft supply store.
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