The PC-3M is ideal for many users: artists and creative professionals such as designers who use it to add colour or shading to plans; fans of creative hobbies such as scrapbooking and card-making, who use it to decorate photos, write on glass and make beautiful table settings; keen decorators who use it to upscale objects; surfers and skaters for customising their boards; everyday creative people for transforming a cap or t-shirt and budding artists for light-filled drawings with deep colours.
Agile and fine, its bullet tip and thin barrel help you work with finesse. The PC-3M Paint Marker is perfectly suited to ornamentation and arabesques.
Uni Posca water-based pigment markers produce opaque, vibrant colour and will write on virtually any surface: paper, cardboard, tracing paper, rock, clay, cement, plastic, metal, wood, fabric, glass, canvas and more. The paint dries very quickly, especially on porous surfaces; simply wait a few minutes and the paint will be dry. Posca paint is permanent on porous surfaces, and removable on non-porous surfaces such as glass. This makes them perfect for temporary signage and window art, but your artwork’s lifespan can be lengthened if you cover your creations with a fixative varnish.
These markers are odourless, alcohol- and solvent-free, and they are widely used within the artistic community for sketching out large projects (such as murals) and even signing finished work.
Posca paint is opaque and fluid. It gives easy coverage and yet is bleed-resistant when used on paper. While the paint is wet, other Posca colours can be applied and blended on the surface, or water applied for a diluted watercolour-style wash effect. Once dry, the paint is waterproof, lightfast and non-bleed; it is possible to draw on top of previous layers to build up designs or correct errors. Light colours are just as opaque as dark colours and can be used to add overlaid highlights.
Directions: Before use, shake the marker vigorously with the cap securely attached in order to move the mixing ball within the barrel. This will ensure that the paint is homogeneous and that the pigments are fully suspended. On a test sheet, press down the tip several times to start the paint flowing.