Markers

How to choose the best marker

Are you thin or thick?

For finer writing and drawing, markers with a thin tip work well. It is important to make sure the text is large enough that it can be read from far away. Thicker-tipped markers produce thicker lines because they use more ink. These markers can be used to create large, easily-readable words for training sessions and presentations. You should make the letters large enough, and allow enough space between them so that everyone can see the text, even those who are further away from the whiteboard.

You can be well on your way to success with the right tip

For writing, a rounded tip is used. A majority of pens have a rounded tip and can be used in a variety of thicknesses, including a ballpoint pen or fineliner. For longer texts that contain a combination of lower and capital letters, a rounded tip is more suitable. You can hold the tip in any way you want; the line will always be even.

The chisel tip can be used to spice up your presentation. The chisel tip is shaped like a wedge, with both a narrower and wider edge. The chisel tip marker can be used to draw thin or thick lines. You don’t have to bring along a lot of markers to your meeting.

The chisel tip is easy to master

It takes some practice to write with a chiseltip, but it is likely to become your favorite. It is important to maintain the pen’s position. No matter whether you are drawing horizontal or vertical lines, the chisel tip must always be held at 45 degrees to the baseline. These videos will show you how to master this technique.