Hey Phil where did you get those at?
Michael's Arts and Crafts, surprisingly. They have this brand new 8 foot box of sharpie paints. Just out in the open, too. I plan on going back sometime today or tomorrow to grab some oil-based and some water-based. I need colors for slaps. aha.
water based = lady coloring book
haha but they don't have oil-based markers that look like bats
plus I need waterbased for 1. Slaps, and 2. Tittayyyyys
i waz lookin at those today... shouldve thought bout fillin them up with some ink... so hard to rack when the local dollar store has like 2 cameras per isle an the tv on the register... fml
It's a DOLLAR store, homie. Pay the fucking dollar.
I lol'd, ahhaha
Homemade mop out of a Rubber Stamp cleaner.
Rubber stamp cleaner found at micheals or any craft store
they come with some shit cleaning stuff in side so make sure u get it out.
If your accidently get some of that shit on the nib make sure you get all the soap out of it.
just fill it up with ink. i used grog buff proof.
then cap it. and bomb.
sharpie paints blow horribly unless you throw some like alcohol or nail ploish remover cuz they give you nnooooooooooooo paint at all in them.get that shit nice n runny
Aha I figured that out. I ended up just throwing the paint out. I'm gonna use the body and throw in ink
anyone here got pix of crazy marker modifications or homemade tools...?
has anybody used 1 of dem white out pens
Yep bud, only thing i can advise is dont bother wasting your time. Messy, hard to control, and most of the time the white out dries on the tip leaving little chunks in your work. Better off getting either a deco or posca white paint pen. Much more control and alot less issues than the white out.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. you're doing it wrong.
For real though, if you are feeling shitty about white out pens, cop a presto.
If you can't get those to flow well for you, then it's you, not the marker.