No, the edding 750 paint marker is not suitable for painting large areas of such a surface. This is because the ink supply at the tip is limited. As writing progresses, the application slowly becomes thinner and the ink needs to be pumped up. As you continue to work, the application is then applied thickly without transition. On a curved surface, a thick application can become self-sufficient due to the relatively long drying time and thus concentrate to varying degrees. If a too thin application is painted over again, it is very likely that the 1st application will be dissolved (at least a little bit), or a lumpy mixture will be formed due to the long stickiness.