ImageThink Graphic Recording Tools: Acrylic Markers

August 3, 2015

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IMG_2163 Most of our graphic recording work is done with water based ink markers, but some jobs call for something a bit more heavy duty. These Montana acrylic markers work wonders on dry walls and other surfaces, and have the same chisel tip that our regular markers do.IMG_2164 We used these markers at the recently concluded Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando, Florida.  We drew on a free-standing wall that was custom-built in the Social Hub of the convention during the kick-off of the week-long convention. The drawing process went smoothly after a few trials. A few things we noticed that worked well: • Leave yourself ample time to get the ink flowing. • Have a test board or paper. • Have a rag for drips. • Be patient, they dry slower than regular markers. • Always shake with the cap on. When pressing to get the ink to flow, do not over press or you’ll have paint going everywhere! IMG_2169 Interested in learning more about ImageThink? Visit our Services page for more information or drop us a line at to learn how we may support your next event!