this space is for answering "how do you make a solid paint marker?"
Umm.....well I guess you can just open a sharpie and color it in or you can use a paint marker preferably a paint marker
yes in paint ball they call it marker but it really is just a paint ball gun
pencil,crayon,marker,sometimes they carve it. other stuff to like paint. you also can on a Microsoft computer and click on paint.
I am pretty sure you can that you can use a paint marker on a vinyl banner. I'd be careful though; test it out on a scrap piece if you can.
No. The paint in a professional marker is generally enamel and once dry will not be removed by anything less that paint thinner. If you need a washable paint marker try looking at your local arts and crafts store for "washable paint markers."
If you have marked with permanent marker pen, try overwriting with a whiteboard marker and then wipe with a clean cloth.
Use a marker, paint brush or spray paint
All you have to do is get any color marker or maybe a sharpie (might be better) all you have to do is get it and color your nails like how your color something with marker.
You can lean it upwards for a while.
we can make India gate model by using waste material like- 1 news paper 2 redish brown paint 3 paint brush 4 black marker
You would use the marker/pen/brush tool, or the paint bucket tool.
Since this marker is so old, the only place to get one would be online.
in car paint the water particles are in abundance compared to in marker pen ink they water molecules lack. the dehydration synthesis occurring throughout the paint makes the strength of the hydrogen bonds in particles much stronger in car paint.
wipe a marker on your paper with different colros
Paint over the marker areas with shellac. Then repaint.
markers make colors like that because (I think-I'm pretty sure) markers have something almost like paint coloring inside of them and when you go to paint something -when you mark something with the marker on a piece of paper it spreads paint on the page. (sorry I didn't explain it so good. It's complicated)
Nothing. A paintball gun is referred to as a marker so as not to convey a message that paintball is dangerous or markers are weapons.
Chalk, spraypaint, marker ink, sumi ink, acrylic paint, oil paint, gouache...
The permanent marker was invented in 1952 by Sidney Rosenthal.
You can only paint it over with a high hide primer like Kilz or Behr Premium. Even then, some marker may leach through.
If the acrylic painting has been hanging for a long time, try using a cotton swab and some acetone fingernail polish remover. The polish remover should wipe the marker from the paint without lifting the paint. Take your time and use just the tip of the swab and the marker should lift off into the swab.
The distance the paintball went.