POSCA Paint Marker – Navy
The Posca Navy paint pen is available only in the PC-3M fine bullet tip marker. It is great for both coloring and writing clean lines. The universal bullet tip of the PC-3M adapts to all types of creation. This versatile marker can be used to customize, create, decorate or mark anything that inspires you. Bright color as professional poster color. It has excellent water resistance and will not dissolve with water once it is dry. Remove from glass or mirrors with window cleaner.
These paint markers have no unpleasant smell. You can overwrite a previous color after the first one dried. There is no bleeding or reflection from the matte acrylic ink. Because it is an opaque ink, you can write on metal, glass, plastic or the like.
The Posca 3M Marker body contains a small ball designed to mix various components throughout the use and gives the paint an homogeneous consistency. The tip allows the paint to flow outside by pressing it against a hard surface. You can rinse the tips with water, and in some models, they are reversible.
Non-toxic, water based POSCA paint markers can be used on almost any surface so you can express your creativity freely. The alcohol- and solvent- free opaque acrylic paint covers well, is blend-able, dries quickly and can be overlaid when dry. There is no need for a base coat. These versatile paint markers can be used on paper, glass, cardboard, wood, porcelain, metal, textiles, ceramics, plastic and much more without priming. The markers will, however, produce different results on certain surfaces with a primer. They can also be used like watercolor when mixed with water and a brush. Ideal for all types of art, craft, graffiti, décor and more.
- The Navy Posca paint marker is available in a PC-3M fine bullet tip marker. The universal bullet tip of the PC-3M adapts to all types of creation. It can be used for both coloring and line drawing. Its bullet tip and thin barrel help you work with finesse. It is perfectly suited to ornamentation and arabesques.
*This color swatch is a good representation of what the marker color will look like once dry. Colors may appear differently by screen.