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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Zeos, Sep 27, 2004.
ny fats for fills, straight up
I recomend getting the montana sampler
i found it on grafcaps.com or something like that
you get 2 of the 1 - 5 levels of montana caps and work great
are ny fats fatter than rusto fats?
cuz i think i should use ny fats on krylon cans
when i used rusto fats on krylon, it dripped
so ny fats good on krylon?
No rustofats and german fats are fatter
a Ny fat on a krylon is a gift from god.
Bump for a question and so people dont miss it.
If, anyone knows if you can get any known caps, "german outlines, ny thins, orange dots" that kind of thing, or any kind of fat, skinny or specialist cap, of household cans, please say, and preferably, with pictures
And this is an old post, but should help with those looking for female caps (slightly, and what to look for, but its best you test yourself you lazy cunts. -
Enjoy and dont whyne.. work.
This should help everybody everywhere.
Yea Verily, Brother! That shit's the best.
check out the "pro caps" in products
i hope they carry them in stores
ny fats and krylon are the shit man
pink dots and krylon = hot sex
is ny fat on krylon soft or hard filling?
cuz i like solid fills
when i used a orange dot on a krylon.
it was a quick fill but it was soft
so hopefully ny fat is a solid fill
is it similar to rusto fats?
very similar to rustos.
GOOD. I just got some in from OinkART
ny fats arent solid, they are fadey. thats why they are so good for flares. orange dots are my fav. astro fats would prolly be good, but i havent tried them yet
yeaap, ny fats are abit hollow in the middle, reaaal soft but looks sick for beef throwies and tags.
german fats are sick for fill ins!
so should i just use ny fats on krylon instead of rusto fats.
cuz when i use rusto fats on krylon, they drip a lot.
if i use ny fats that wont happen right?
it depends on your can control.
what do you wanna use your caps for, fillins or tags ?
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