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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by imported_newz12, May 2, 2004.

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  1. Chump

    Chump Senior Member

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    word... i use kiwi bc i im cheap...havent used anything different so i guess i dont know any better lol
     
  2. balls deep

    balls deep Senior Member

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    kiwi's are way too dripy for me and rip after the second tag except there only good for tagin on glass and plastic
     
  3. MUSEone

    MUSEone Elite Member

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    Rip after the secong tag? wat tha fuck are u taggin a concrete wall for?
     
  4. Chump

    Chump Senior Member

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    thats what i've been wondering...
     
  5. RetroLikeWhoa13

    RetroLikeWhoa13 Elite Member

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    i've had kiwis rip on drywall before...
     
  6. MUSEone

    MUSEone Elite Member

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    Sucks for u. Ur probably just pushing in on tha nib WAY to hard.
     
  7. Chump

    Chump Senior Member

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    What are some good marks for paper? i have prismacolor but they bleed like hell...
     
  8. MUSEone

    MUSEone Elite Member

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    As for practicing tags?
     
  9. Chump

    Chump Senior Member

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    i mean anything...for tags i just use anything no big deal but im talking about do stuff in ym black book.. like throws and stuff...
     
  10. hazetheone

    hazetheone Elite Member

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    every good quality marker is going to bleed through regardless
    just put two sheets under the page you are drawing on
     
  11. RetroLikeWhoa13

    RetroLikeWhoa13 Elite Member

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    i tend to use the two paper method as well.
     
  12. anti-anti-crime

    anti-anti-crime Elite Member

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    i use a torn off magazine cover works pretty well with all my bleed through markers, even my krink one.
     
  13. Tokenkaligreens

    Tokenkaligreens Elite Member

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    ya i use a peice of thin cardboard, any good marker will bleed thru as mention above.
     
  14. RetroLikeWhoa13

    RetroLikeWhoa13 Elite Member

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    i never thought about magazine pages, thats a good idea i didnt think about the added plastic in the paper.
     
  15. acereborn

    acereborn Elite Member

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    theres also a special paper made for markers i think, ive never tried it though
     
  16. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    i bought the krink k 71 marker, a bleed through red, the red is disgusting.
    honestly, its not even red its like dark dark burgundy it doesn't even work on dark surfaces, but the silver's real nice.
     
  17. pib

    pib Member

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    What's something I can use to make the markers where you unscrew the cap and a brush is attached to it and it just sits in the ink. I was thinking those elmers rubber cement jars. Anything know of anything else?
     
  18. Enmity

    Enmity Elite Member

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    yo thats like saying ..

    i just bought this black marker .. but it wont write on this black wall .

    .. i dont get it
     
  19. anti-anti-crime

    anti-anti-crime Elite Member

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    lol, yea man, dark colors arent ment to work on dark surfaces....
     
  20. BIGel

    BIGel Elite Member

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    use a kiwi lid dummy