You called me out about my avatar. Good job. I really don't care about your opinion.
just go get any mops off of *****. or if you're using alcohol ink, go get 2 way glue pens from michaels or any scrapbook store, empty that shit out, and put in your ink. shit is butter, nice thick durable nib.
Woodcrafts from micheals are GREAT. and refillable.
Kiwi mops are classic but tend to get messy. and are of course, refillable.
but then theres investing! i got a molotow burner like two years ago and its still my favorite marker.
yeah Kiwi mops IMO are best for drips
otherwise go to michaels and rack a woodcraft marker and you can always refill it.
I have plenty of Kiwi. I've tried it on cardboard. Kind of awkward to carry in your pocket.
I was thinking more along the lines of a Squeazy-E or Soul Tip kinda' thing.
Outta' respect I smash wack toys; put 'em out their misery and send 'em to that upper room. Knock! Knock! Who? Death, mothafucka'! BOOM!
Before I bang, I go and get high, homey.
you can always make a NY mop. theyre my fav and all you need is a chalk eraser (or any kind of felt) and roll on deoderant...and paint of course.
it all depends on what your using inside of it. paint or ink.
i suggest going online and investing in a cheap refillable groovestick marker. super durable, easy and clean to carry
paint can be cleaned easier, i know that. and if the ink is good it stains more and lasts longer.
well good ink does stain. my old tags from when i used to make ink, are still visable even thru multiple layers of paint. well prepared ink can stain concrete, i took me a while to get my recipe right but it took too long to make and would stain my entire room.
Man. Ghetto Krink is all you need. Get a good TeeJuice mop from JoAnn's,
a small amount of Rusto Bucket paint, any color, some mineral spirits. 2/3 to 1/3, and pour in with like 3 BBs.
If you're looking for ink, nothing beats Marsh T-Grade mixed with Garvey. Stains, weatherproof, delicious drips. Get that in a Zig and you're good to go. If you want homemade ink, Bizerk-Iz did a tutorial in the "Inks" thread in Tools and Tips that has all you need to know.
No More Weekly Toy Battles.
As far as weather, and fading, Paint is FAR superior.