^you can use acetone just as you use alcohol for pen ink, or you can use acetone to thin paint, or to thin bitumen
sweet h3tt....good lookin out
hmmm, I didn't know you could use acetone for good old pen ink
Looking for a red ink that is very fade resistant, or a red ink that is decently fade resistant I can add red woodstain to to make it a good outdoor mix.
anyone here tried Zombie's red ink on it's own?
How did it hold up against the sun?
Same with mr. red.....
never tried zombie or mr red, but you can find red pens in bulk at sams club or the like and make it your self, try tsoemthing like this out:
100 red pens
3/4 cup alc or acetone
half a bottle of red resin cast dye (micheals)
red mahogony gloss woodstain or red leather dye
a lil bit of dot 3
The reason I'm not using pens is because there is a shortage of red pens around where I'm at all i can find are light purple, blue or black
but I've decided i'm just gonna buy a shit load of red stencil ink at a wholesale price from and industrial distributor and add my additives as I go along
ahh right on
Anyone know a brand of ink that starts with kill___, I heard it was really bomb dank
weren't you banned?^^
Nah...who do you think I am?
Oh...I used to come on here alot.
but stopped so I decided to make a
new name ans come back on.