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

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  1. Cesk

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  2. MUSEone

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  3. MontanaPainter

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  5. Doobie

    Doobie New Member

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    well since i dont have any use for this i thought i should share this site
    http://www.nnbc-pa.com/metal-dauber-caps.asp
    i think its the dauber like the kind witches brew has
    but im not sure, so it might not fit on your bottle
     
  6. letsg0skate

    letsg0skate Senior Member

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    muse you seriously like those sharpie paints? I noticed they are super streaky, well unless of course you are filling it with your own ink then I take that back.
     
  7. MUSEone

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    Im not a mop kind of guy, il use em upon occasion but not that much.

    And yes, i fill it up with my own ink. That marker couldnt be any more broken in. Nib is perfect.
     
  8. Sanc_one

    Sanc_one Senior Member

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    Im from Europe as Egozen said... so idk for USA (ha ha). And btw, that marker is fucking ill. Really really good!
     
  9. Cesk

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    I'm not a big fan of the dobber things, but anywhere where you can buy shoe dye they usually give you a dobber for free.
     
  10. MontanaPainter

    MontanaPainter Elite Member

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    Imagine a worn in fine of sharpie nib
    except on a little felt marker with a wider body
    gutted and cloth shoved in it
    filled with garvy
    its amazing
     
  11. Vagrant

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    your mom was amazing, last night.








    She made me a sandwich
     
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  13. Subconcious

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    Hey my bad if it's already been posted, but how is the OTR Stainless marker? I heard it streaks a lil'
     
  14. noxi

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    All otrs suck except flowpens
     
  15. Speedy

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    Don't chew me out for asking this, because I've never used a pilot. But what's the big deal? What makes it so much better than sharpie magnums?
     
  16. Cesk

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    Stains better, easier to refill, highly opaque for a chis-tip and it has a durable nib.
     
  17. alexhate

    alexhate Senior Member

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    every thing is better than a magnum.

    out of the box pilot is one of they best markers. if not the best.
     
  18. Subconcious

    Subconcious Senior Member

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    So what's the good marker? I'm sort of new to the whole marker thing. What's your marker-of-choice and why? Any I should stay away from?
     
  19. Slushi

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    It's all personal taste, really. try different things and see what you like
     
  20. Cesk

    Cesk Banned

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    It all depends what you want better flow, better stain, minor drips, more durability, un-fadable.

    For example my all time favourite markers are Pilots mainly because they're rackable, durable, refillable and they stain nice.