I made a account on here JUST to write this review. Not only is this pen NOT OPAQUE AT ALL as it says it is, it is also not permanent. The pen hardly shows up on the black surfaces I attempted to write on, and does not show up on color. I am extremely disappointed in this product and I am utterly surprised it was such good reviews.
This was the only white marker in stock at my local scrapbook store. I bought it thinking it would write/draw with a bold bright white look. When I got home to use it there was barely any pigment of white in the marker and it just left the paper wet with a hint of white. I couldn't return it either because all sales were final.
This marker is okay, like the other reviewer says, you have to go over things several times to get a sharp white line. It does a nice white broadline, but is definitly not suied well for journaling. I have used it to doodle a few titles, and it works fairly well for that. You can also use it to ink rubber or foam stamps.
This pen/marker is ok, not my favorite, but hey it works. You have to draw over the lines a few times to get a sharp white color. It works decent on lo's that need a broader point but for finer lines with no skipping I prefer they new uniball white. It does work if you don't want your white that bright but I like a crisper white on my lo's
Used in this layout: It's My life page 1
I am so glad I purchased this marker! It writes so nicely and the color is very bright! It shows up fantastically! I use it a lot to doodle borders on my layouts and projects and the results always look fantastic! The white ink looks a bit like a chalk marker, so if you don't have any of those, but love the look, this marker does great!
Used in this layout: Sweet Dreams
Like how easy it is to use. Most white markers tend to soak into paper making you have to layer several times in order to even see the white. With the Galaxy Markers, you do not need to add more than 2 layers in order to see the white and it doesn't soak into the paper like many markers do.
I like this marker. It has a nice thick tip and leaves a nice white color when drawing on dark paper. The biggest problems with this pen is that it does not flow all that well until it has been used for a while. You also sometimes have to write over what you already wrote to make a thick white line. This marker also drys out easily. I am glad that I own this pen and I like how it writes most of the time.
Used in this layout: Eyes