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    o ok

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    simple; GROG

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    I used Grog full metal white before, its smells almost killed me alone. It covered nice I guess for a colored ink.

    But recently I've used smash (black), it drips nice but I don't think it stains too well. It was cheap though ahah. My fav. is still O!ink. wish they still made krink in refill bottles.
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    I thought the white and silver Grogs were paints?

    My favorites are probably homemade and *****.
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    WTF go away with your wow powerleveling
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    Oinck inck is good, grog never dries so fades like fuck, Mr ink guy is good as well
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    anyone tried the new hoodlum ink?

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    My ink formula of Zealous Black Bliss is gonna be vicious, gonna be available in about 2 weeks.


    Zealous Ink (Black Bliss!) 4 oz Refills Available Very Soon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queezy View Post
    My ink formula of Zealous Black Bliss is gonna be vicious, gonna be available in about 2 weeks.



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    So far the Grog is best

    "Dripping sht"

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    Point blank illadel ink is the best out there. Drips nice, good colors, hand mixed right in Philly, oh and. Its not fade resistant its BUFF PROOF.
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    Fuck your town up with it.

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    Point blank illadel ink is the best out there. Drips nice, good colors, hand mixed right in Philly, oh and. Its not fade resistant its BUFF PROOF.
    WWW.illadelstylez.com

    Fuck your town up with it.

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    Mix in O-ink Violet in to a black Krink-k71 when its about half empty. Great drips and its pretty hard to buff
    Last edited by TheBombersDream; 07-07-2011 at 07:55 PM.

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    For me, the Poisson Ink and Montana Colors.

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    krink

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    grog hard to buff ink. so smootthhhh ! Mr.Black (; Do em dirty ink its the best! i love it ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_mQrjqwfB0 !
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    What is your take on smash ink? Picking up a 2.7 oz to give it a run but i don't know much other than its a xylene based thicker ink
    Just a kid who writes his name everywhere...

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    hey just wondering if anyone knows if corio ink mixed with grog would be alright? i would do the whole trial and error but moneys a lil of an issue for me. or else can anyone reccomend any others that mix nicely

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    on the run ink...
    drips like hell!!

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    Hard to buff is dope as hell, doesnt fade ...


 

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