FW Mixed Media Paint Markers
Daler-Rowney FW Mixed Media Paint Markers are refillable markers which allow you to apply inks and other liquid media with precision across a variety of surfaces. A selection of paint marker sets and nibs are available, suitable for technical drawing, illustration and street art.
- Refillable markers.
- Can be used with a variety of media.
- Variety of barrels and nibs available.
- High versatility: multi-surfaces, indoor and outdoor, ideal for mixed media...
Refillable versatile markers.
Daler-Rowney FW Mixed Media Paint Markers are refillable markers which can be used with a wide variety of liquid media such as acrylic inks like FW Acrylic inks, watercolour paints or drawing inks, or filled with water for use as a blender of watercolour pencils. The empty FW Mixed Media Markers can therefore create unlimited individual colours through mixing and dilution.
Create your own colour.
The barrels and nibs can be washed out with water if you wish to change inks. If you are using acrylics, acrylic inks or drawing inks, simply fill the markers from the tube or (if mixing your own colour) add paint using a dropper pipette. If using watercolours, add water, then squeeze a few drops from your watercolour tube or tubes into the top of the barrel. Please be aware that paints such as pearlescent or metallic acrylics which contain mica crystals or sizeable particles will not work in Daler-Rowney FW Mixed Media Paint Markers, as the particles will block the passage of ink through the nib.
These markers are pump markers, which means that they must be pressed against the paper a few times before use, to allow the ink to saturate the fibre tip. It is best to perform this operation on a spare sheet of paper. Markers should be shaken before use and stored horizontally with the cap on when not in use. Daler-Rowney FW Mixed Media Markers are available in 8 different Paint Marker Sets ranging from small to large barrels and can be equiped with a selection of nibs suitable for technical drawing, illustration and street art.