PREMIUM SKIN TONE PAINT PENS THAT BRING YOUR DREAMS, INNOVATIONS, AND CREATIVITY TO LIFE.
SKIN TONE PAINT PENS
Our paint pens are made with the highest quality Japanese ink and 0.7mm tips so you can use them on:
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Where traditional markers can’t be used to paint on glass or pottery, our fine tipped acrylic markers can. The sky is the limit when it comes to your creative ideas and endeavors.
Keep the markers away from direct sunlight and put the cap on them immediately after each time you use them. For the best results: bake ceramics or glass for at least 30-minutes at 350-degrees.
EASY TO USE
20 DIFFERENT SKIN TONES TO CHOOSE FROM
Now you can draw and paint people so they are realistic to the eye. Choose from 20 different nude/skin tones that will make your drawings that much more realistic. With a 0.7mm fine tip, you can create specialized and detailed outlines that are world class.
Lastly, we don’t want you inhaling any chemicals, which is why our pens have been made with a water-based formula you can safely use with the whole family.
All orders are shipped within 1-3 business days. Delivery takes 5-7 business days.
If for any reason you are unsatisfied with markers we sent you, we will refund your entire purchase price. We think that you should be completely happy with our products. If Pintar markers were not everything you had hoped for, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will straighten things out.
Note that our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we cannot offer you a refund or exchange.
To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.
Can they be used to sign canvas paintings?
Yes absolutely you can , make sure you sign it or check it on a sample paper first .. By PINTAR ART SUPPLY
Do they bleed
No they don’t. They’re actually pretty great to work with. Don’t press down too hard on them though, the paint will make a tiny splatter. Very nice pens!
How do I contact someone if my package is missing a color?
I would look up the company and google see if there’s a contact information or go onto Facebook and see if they have a Facebook him contact him through there
Can these acrylic markers be used with Pintar's oil based markers if I used them ontop of eachoher?
I did that and it did work, but I found that the acrylics would make the oil "blend" a bit. If you are wanting a blending effect, then great but if not, then let the acrylic or oil completely dry before using the other marker. Also, I have to use different sealant depending on which marker I used (oil's run with certain sprays), so just keep in that mind.
Can you use these on clothing?
I didn't use no clothing