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    Default Posca paint markers...

    Has anyone used these before? Any comments... I am thinking of ordering some (can't seem to find one around here to try). I am curious as to how clean they are to work with, do they bleed alot? What are the tip sizes comparable for the L, M and Fine tips...

    Let me know if you have had any experience with these and how it went.

    I will be using them on glass and canvas....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dspring
    Has anyone used these before? Any comments... I am thinking of ordering some (can't seem to find one around here to try). I am curious as to how clean they are to work with, do they bleed alot? What are the tip sizes comparable for the L, M and Fine tips...

    Let me know if you have had any experience with these and how it went.

    I will be using them on glass and canvas....
    hmmm. paint markers? (showing my high level of ingnorance) i'm curious about these also...

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    My partner uses em to emblellish his paintings,.... they're bold, tattoo styled things, but cool,... taggers use paint markers all the time,...

    They get you high,...

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    they make good water-based markers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dspring
    Has anyone used these before? Any comments... I am thinking of ordering some (can't seem to find one around here to try). I am curious as to how clean they are to work with, do they bleed alot? What are the tip sizes comparable for the L, M and Fine tips...

    Let me know if you have had any experience with these and how it went.

    I will be using them on glass and canvas....
    I work with poscas sometimes. They're really nice, but really expensive too. It's nice to use on a very smooth surface. You can mix colors too.
    They not bleed a lot, it's really clean, and colors are mat. I did this stuff with poscas on silkscreen/lino/ink :

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanxxx
    I work with poscas sometimes. They're really nice, but really expensive too. It's nice to use on a very smooth surface. You can mix colors too.
    They not bleed a lot, it's really clean, and colors are mat. I did this stuff with poscas on silkscreen/lino/ink :
    this is my favorite thing you've done, tanxxx.

    awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanxxx
    I work with poscas sometimes. They're really nice, but really expensive too. It's nice to use on a very smooth surface. You can mix colors too.
    They not bleed a lot, it's really clean, and colors are mat. I did this stuff with poscas on silkscreen/lino/ink :
    that is so effing rad.


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    i just went to michael's (totally blows, it's the closest art store i have) and they had a few different brands of paint markers, but no posca. they seem to range in price from $2 to $4.

    i'd love to take a chance on some, but they're so damned expensive and i'm so damned broke.

    but i am intrigued...

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    If you mix black pilot ink with the pinl ones you get this cool ass purple color.... I used to love to tag with those. Didnt know they still made them.

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