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    Nope, it's a myth.




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    just save up your allowance for a couple weeks and spend the money on a k-66...
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    Like a very fine particulate matter, pigments are suspended in a solvent designed to quickly penetrate into the material onto which it is writing. As the solvent acts as a vehicle for these pigments, allowing them to penetrate the surface, it also provides the benefit of evaporating quickly, leaving the colored particulate deep in the pores and micro-surfaces along with an ingredient to aid in the cohesion.
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    fuck you ^^

    does anyone knows some good ghetto ass mop stuff in europe?
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    what is ghetto ass mop stuff?

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    tee juice makrers, bingo dabbers... anything mop-ish that can be used for graff
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    ahh...i see i didnt know if you were talking about what to fill it with or what i guess you can make one...an old sock works as an alright nib
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    i want to know if anyone knos how to make an ink, i want it to be a shiney blue, like its sparkles like gold paint. anyone know what i can mix in? And im using the molotow blue One-4-all inks.

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    oo that would look nice.
    you have 2 options.
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    go get some blue pens, like 100 of them
    cut them up into 1/4 cup of acetone, (thin it out if its a little thick at the end, but i doubt it)
    Then let sit overnight, u know the deal make pen ink basically
    Then mix it with either gold leafing, or if they make gold pearl ex.

    or you could make gk and mic some pearl ex or teh gold leafing wiht the gk.

    if your using that molotow ink, just do the same add gold leafing or pearlex

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    deco's, posca's or molotow markers???

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    for what?

    PM me for slap in the face trades

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    then when you get disgusted i'll just say chill it's not your asshole

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    fabric (hats, tshirts)

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    Get a fabric pen.
    Do white outs work? What a stupid fucking question.

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    el oh el

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    ive never seen fabric pens with a wide variety of colours, thats why im asking

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    k what about which one of those markers for making a canvas
    (deco's, posca's or molotow)

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    decos work pretty well. use the smaller ones for lining

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    i got a black fine tip painter.... any1 know any tricks to make them fat or bigger lines or something..i put a highliter nib on 1 and it works but it leaves streaks on glass and metal..
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    Quote Originally Posted by inpho_211 View Post
    i got a black fine tip painter.... any1 know any tricks to make them fat or bigger lines or something..i put a highliter nib on 1 and it works but it leaves streaks on glass and metal..
    Before you "juice" the nib, use sand paper to make the tip flat, (thus making a wider line. Then, after you get the paint flowing, try rubbing it on a brick or heavy grade sandpaper so that it frays the edges of the tip, (making the marking area even larger.


 

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