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- Item no. 7752.9011
Acrylic markers go into action when a full contrast and covering application of paint is required.
Thanks to the removable pump valve, the AcrylicOnes can be easy and quickly refilled with AcrylicOne Refills.
The water-based acrylic paint possesses a good light fastness, high coverage and does not bleed through paper. It dries fast and qualifies for writing and visualizing on almost all grease free surfaces, e.g. paper, cardboard, wood, metal, leather, plastic and much more.
Polyester wedge nib, line width: 8-15 mm,
Case and cap: polypropylene (PP), transparent,
Water-based ink, refillable, VOC content: 0%
Excellent for graphic recording and art projects
When working on foamcore, I prefer acrylic because of the way it layers and maintains saturation over other water-based inks.
The BIG tip is excellent for titles and writing broad-edge lettering styles like Neuland hand, italic, rustics and bone.
Markers & More
Whiteboard markers bleed heavily through paper and quickly get empty. Possibly the tip also wears off quickly. Avoid writing on whiteboards with markers for paper. They possibly smear and are difficult to remove.
The outliner has a different ink composition that can cause clogging if residual ink remains in the needle or the bulb (rinse the needle with water after each use to prevent residual ink from remaining in it).
The Outliner (color code: 010) has a special water based ink that doesn’t smear or blur when painted over with another marker. It’s particularly suitable for contours that remain clean and sharp when colored afterwards. Otherwise with the black lines of the "normal black" (color code: 100), they can quickly become blurry and dirty after subsequent coloring.
Find here an explainer video in our YouTube channel.
No. Many customers buy the empty marker and fill it with whiteboard ink (but we can’t guarantee).
This means the color “grey“ (color code: 101). Mostly the Neuland BigOne® is ordered.
Neuland markers are refillable. Find detailed instructions here.