Create your next masterpiece with the wide range of paint pen sets from Art to Art. Their smooth-flowing strokes and comfortable design make them a great alternative to artist paint. Choose from a variety of vibrant colours and popular brands, including Mont Marte and Posca. Shop paint pens online today and get free shipping when you spend over $100.
The artistic possibilities are endless with the paint pen sets from Art to Art. Featuring a formula that is acid-free, water-soluble, non-toxic and quick-drying for your convenience! Our acrylic paint pens are ideal for use on art paper, card, metal, glass, ceramic, fabric, wood, plastic and more! They will adhere permanently on porous surfaces and can even be washed off glass.
Paint markers feature varying tip sizes, perfect for precise details and covering large areas. Whether you’re interested in drawing, journaling, hand lettering, scrapbooking or rock painting, the paint pens from Art to Art are the perfect choice for you!
Test your creativity with paint marker sets at Art to Art. Receive free shipping when you spend over $100 on art supplies. Get same day dispatch Australia-wide and pay later with Afterpay. Looking for more drawing supplies? We also stock markers, art pencils and pastels for your arts and crafts projects.
What is a paint pen used for?
A paint pen can be used to add vibrant marks to a painting and works well on a variety of surfaces such as paper, wood, glass, plastic and more. They are a versatile pen that comes in different sizes, perfect for achieving different techniques.
What are the best paint pens?
At Art to Art, we only stock the highest quality acrylic paint markers from popular brands including Posca and Mont Marte. You can choose from a range of different sets from 8 to 12, as well as different sized pens.
What is the difference between a permanent marker and a paint pen?
Paint pens are often confused for permanent markers as they are very similar in shape and sometimes colour.
Paint pens: are oil or acrylic-based and produce smooth and opaque strokes like a paint brush.
Permanent markers: are solvent ink-based and dry immediately when used on a surface. They are more suited to labelling.