Liquitex Fine Marker Assorted Colours Set of 6

Product Code: P021737

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Liquitex Fine Paint Markers are professional-quality water-based acrylic markers that contain artist-grade pigments that can be mixed directly with acrylic paint.

  • You can use them on a huge range of surfaces, including wood, card, metal, glass and primed canvas, indoors and out, and they’re permanent and lightfast.
  • They can be used to produce a whole range of line widths so they’re equally good for sketching and for filling in blocks of solid colour.
  • They give you an even flow of paint due to their pump valve system.

This set contains six fine tip (2mm) markers: white, yellow, red, green, light blue and black. 

Buy Liquitex paint markers individually

Delivery & Returns

Our delivery charge is based on the largest item in your order, no matter how many items you order. We dispatch orders every working day (ie Mon-Fri, not including Bank Holidays) for all delivery options. 

Next Working Day Delivery 

Order by 2pm Mon-Fri: £7.50

Saturday Delivery

Select our Saturday delivery option any day of the week (by 2pm on Friday) to have your order delivered on the following Saturday: £9.00

Standard Delivery 

Within 3-5 working days: £3.95

Click & Collect 

Free, from Cass Art stores. Available to collect within 2 working days.

Q&A (5)
Q What are the benefits of painting acrylic as oppose to oil or watercolour?

All three types of painting offer very different experiences. Acrylic paint is a versatile media, available in varied forms and viscosities. It can be applied onto many different surfaces and with a variety of mediums, making experimenting with acrylic both easy and satisfying. It is also water mixable and fast drying, which presents the artist with a fuss-free approach to painting.

Q What surface does acrylic paint work best on?

Acrylic paint works best on cotton or linen stretched canvases or canvas board, as these will offer a resistant surface for thick/heavy applications of paint. If you are looking to paint on paper, a paper designed specifically for acrylic painting would suit best. However, theoretically speaking you can still paint directly onto any heavyweight paper as acrylic paint is water based and will not “sink” like oil paints might. Acrylic paint can also be painted onto surfaces such as wood, plastic, metal or brick, just so long as the surface is primed or prepared where suitable.

Q What are these pens used for?

Choosing one pen over another will depend on various factors such as the type of mark, surface, scale, type of ink and style of working. Felt tip pens are ideal for broad applications of colour and covering large areas. Depending on the scale you are working in, felt tip pens could also be used for sketching and writing.

Q What are the differences between the nibs?

Felt tip pen nibs come in many different shapes and sizes. The most commonly used is the bullet nib. The roundness of the nib means the stroke will be the same at all times regardless of the angle the pen is held. A brush nib provides brushed strokes of colour not unfamiliar to the effect of using a paint brush and allows for versatility in the kind of marks you can create. Similarly, the chisel nib can be used for a variety of different strokes. Its flat end can be used for curved, thick or thin lines and is particularly good for blocking large areas with colour.

Q What is the opacity of the ink?

This pen has an opaque ink, ideal for layering colour or working on dark surfaces.

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10th May 2016 Reviewed by Cerys Adams Good quality paint love them. Use for art journaling.


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13th March 2015 Reviewed by Martin Deen handy for fine tuning existing acrylic painting particularly for adding lines. Also useful for sketching random ideas
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