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Chemistry 101:Beginner Ink Labs and Pics

Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by HëRbN, Jul 2, 2008.

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  1. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    ^yes, and they are the sex
     
  2. acereborn

    acereborn Elite Member

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    Yeah, they work decently. But you have to turn the valve the opposite way you normally would to open it, lol.
     
  3. ·jaikone·

    ·jaikone· Senior Member

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    i posted this in the ink discussion thread and no one has replied to it. im not sure if this even makes sense but from what ive been reading, im trying to put shit together. k so, i got some whiteout pens and i want to fill one with ink. i dotn have any ink. can i mix rubbing alcohol with acryllic paint and put it in the pen?
     
  4. ·jaikone·

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  5. Wallace

    Wallace Elite Member

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    everyone has

    no, you thin acrylic with water
     
  6. ·jaikone·

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  7. H3TT1NG3R

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    ^the second picture will be better, just add more and more water into it until it flows smoothly, and you liek the consistancy. u could use the top paint, but i think it isnt as permanant, and the second one u can mix for more colors
     
  8. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    hettinger is right, but the paint doesnt really matter. One or way or another the paint is going to get buffed, but yes, the second choice for better quality.
     
  9. EgoZen

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    Damn did you read my post?!!?!?
    NOT MORE THAN 30%
    Why?
    Because:
    Acrylic paint will NOT form a stable film of paint if it has been diluted with more than 30% of water..

    My post from the ink discussion thread (it was the answer to all your questions...
    But did you read them?)
    btw: both are the same actually...
    Open both up and you will see what I mean...

    And actually:
    Dry acrylic paint is generally non-removable.Although isopropyl alcohol can lift some fresh paint films off. Toluene and acetone can remove paint films, but they do not lift paint stains very well and are not selective. The use of a solvent to remove paint will result in removal of all of the paint layers, acrylic gesso, etc.


    Sure it is going to get buffed as all of the stuff...
    Add propolis and it will stain... ;)

    a little info...
    You know what people say that junobo is latex based...
    There was a time when Acrylics were called Latex paint...
    Just search in the home depot for outside colours(they say acrylics
    or latex on it..) they are easy to find because they are in the same bottles
    like those little acrylics but bigger ;) and they have many different colours ;)
     
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2008
  10. noxi

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    Anyone know how to make Ank? People say its GK but how would they make the paint flow through markers so well. Ive made blue gk and put it in a zig but all it did was streak.
     
  11. BadUncing69

    BadUncing69 Senior Member

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    how can you make grog more darker?
     
  12. keenur

    keenur Banned

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    jaik kids in philly use white out pens with the white out in em .. but personally i think you should fill them with some white rusto door paint .. LOTTSA THINNER .. and a drop of dot 3 brake fluid .. and i know a place in our city where you can get the rusto door paint so just pm me .. i dont wanna say on forums
     
  13. Mr yarbles

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    Where the hell is the flow regulator in a white out pen?
     
  14. duke101

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    And actually,
    dry acrylic paint comes off with soap and water.
     
  15. EgoZen

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    Funny I have some acrylics dried on my pc screen and I had to scrape them of with a
    scalpel..
    I did not get off with window cleaner!

    And I also have soem acrylics on my pants and shit is still in it
    and won`t go off even after 3 washes
     
  16. H3TT1NG3R

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    there is no flow regulator in white out pen per se. on the metal tip, theres a spring, so when u push in, it flows out, kinda liek a water bottle wiht the nipple caps
     
  17. Mr yarbles

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    Oh damn
    Anyway to make them flow better?
     
  18. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    i geuss thin ur paint or use ink
     
  19. geritto

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    what happens if u use too much alchaol?
     
  20. kwestion

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    Hey just a small question. I was wondering when you transfer ink to a marker would you have to replace the nip or can you just use the same one.

    example:
    I have a red molotow marker. I want to put white grog inside it. Would i have to change the nib because it is already soaked in the red? or can i just let the white soak through the nib?

    Thanks in advance