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Blackbook Markers

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by dcite, May 3, 2004.

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  1. westXcoast

    westXcoast Member

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    yeaa...i said cheap
    i have a 12 pack of prismas .

    costed me like 25$(and that was with discount)./
     
  2. westXcoast

    westXcoast Member

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    its kinda hard rackin em at my art stores
    like pearls or blicks
     
  3. inNoutluvr08

    inNoutluvr08 Member

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    co-sign.
    i racked sum primas early today and they just bled through and the width wud like double in size ounce on paper, so i went to ac moore nd rackd sum deco's >=].
     
  4. mum

    mum Member

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    haha as if some of u buy prismas ect
    there a waste of time and money,whats rong with cheap felt pens,a biro,a pencil,some pencil crayons a fineliner.pick em all up from school for free.

    had 4 letrasets,were nothing special all run out
     
  5. GTV

    GTV Member

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    I use touch markers. Nice color's and easy to rack. good stuff
     
  6. WoeInfinite

    WoeInfinite Elite Member

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    so prismas really arent worth the price?
     
  7. Allthegoodnamesaretaken

    Allthegoodnamesaretaken Senior Member

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    They're worth it if you got the money to spend on them.
     
  8. df_one

    df_one Senior Member

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    u should rack deco there so easy to get
     
  9. letsg0skate

    letsg0skate Senior Member

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    Wow does micheals sell decos usually because I have looked a few times but never seen em, although I do see prismas a lot. If they do, what aisle would they be on? I've seen fabric decos but they aren't even paint markers lol.
     
  10. AnteUp

    AnteUp Elite Member

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    they should be around the crafts section, i couldn't find them, then i saw them at the end of the isle
     
  11. df_one

    df_one Senior Member

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  12. letsg0skate

    letsg0skate Senior Member

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    Okay maybe someone else beat me to them or something when I was there, will have to look again
     
  13. df_one

    df_one Senior Member

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    just ask for them buy like 2 rack like 20
     
  14. Spyte

    Spyte Member

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    I use Elmer's Painter markers.
    They come in like 3 or 4 different sizes and a shit load of colors. None to big but perfect for bbooks. You can get them at like Michaels for 3 bucks for one.
    But they're much cheaper if you use the five finger discount. I recommend using the discount.
     
  15. SNIK//:NEWK

    SNIK//:NEWK Member

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    I wud go wit decos but they leak on to tha other page so make sure u have a paper under it.
     
  16. Bah Humbug

    Bah Humbug Senior Member

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    i like prismas but to blend and fade them, u have to use the actual markers before they dry, not the blender cause it messes up the colours
     
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2008
  17. STR-WHO

    STR-WHO Guest

    touch markers are alright, sharpies(not to much), i actually like using pencil crayons for my fill...
     
  18. syeroner -416-

    syeroner -416- Member

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    bah humbug is right
    i like prismas but the blender is the hardest thing to use
     
  19. dim

    dim Elite Member

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    yeah man u can i got some a loomis the one on spadina security isnt that heat but id look out for servailence.
     
  20. polngi2

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    I love king size sharpies, but they're only good on smooth surfaces :(