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The Ink Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. MESN[905]

    MESN[905] Senior Member

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    ive done it and its alot better then thinning it with straight water keeps the color

    i always thin acrylics with bingo dabber stock ink too, mad colors son
     
  2. sir.one

    sir.one Moderator

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    yeah, I figured it..extra drips plus the covering quality of the paint. looked like a good idea.

    Oil based paint

    water based paint

    some one should try alcohol based paint..
     
  3. cormac

    cormac Senior Member

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    wouldnt alcohol based paint just be like a pigment ink?

    o and for ghetto whictches brew
    purple acrylic + blackravens oil
    try it goes mad thick and stains nice
     
  4. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    sounds like waterbase is the new "fad"
     
  5. sir.one

    sir.one Moderator

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    water based has been used as long as alcohol based..im confused what makes it a fad?
     
  6. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    fluff me =] lol jp


    just all the sudden people are enjoying waterbase more then usual.
     
  7. -Leski

    -Leski Senior Member

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    No ones hating on the waterbased stuff for not being permanent anymore.
    Wonder what happened... Maybe they all realized that nothing is really buff proof and that mad colours are mad colours while they are up?
     
  8. sir.one

    sir.one Moderator

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    well..I think its because you can find it anywhere and in huge quantities dirt cheap.
    plus I love the drips.
     
  9. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    thats cuz all the toys here are worried about thier 12 tags staying up.

    waterbase -india ink, acrylic - cheap. .colors. easy to get. not hard to make. weatherproof "kinda" and large quantitys

    thats all thier is to it

    i still prefer leaving a mark or givin the buff man a challenge =]

    dammit sir. beat me to it
     
  10. -Leski

    -Leski Senior Member

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    I'll write something with a can if i want to ruin the buff mans day.
    I dont really care how much it gets buffed, I love to write, Who cares if i gotta hit the same spot every other day to keep it running.

    Its diffrent if its some mad spot, say... Mall Santa's throne during christmas?
    I think I have a new goal in life...
     
  11. Cham

    Cham Elite Member

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  12. Buhda420

    Buhda420 Senior Member

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    i am double aware that krink of any kink is shit and wont stain but i wandering wether anyone new the base like actually knew what it was
     
  13. fonone

    fonone Senior Member

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    funny thing is, you ripped on me for saying this a little while ago. goodwork.
     
  14. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    i actually filled a bingo dabber straight with woodstain from the dollar store.
    dripped like fucken sexxxxx.
     
  15. harry

    harry Senior Member

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    did that make you feel special?

    anything accept junobo drips easy as fuk in a mop. and yes lets all start burning shit and using acrillic, no thanks i would prefer stains and no charges for arsen as muse said. props to all the piro's on this site for the waste of the last few pages...
     
  16. "Joker"

    "Joker" Senior Member

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    ^^^agreed. Ink talk! here let me start it off. Do u guys think grog is pigment based or dye based??
     
  17. MrDobalina

    MrDobalina Senior Member

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    dye ^ it stains and doesnt seem to 'sit on the surface' like a pigment ink would

    edit: now that i think about it.. it seems as if there is 2 parts to grog. the top layer which is easily buffable but nice and opaque, and a bottom layer which stains the surface. does anyone who has used grog know what im talking about?
     
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  18. Cham

    Cham Elite Member

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  19. MrDobalina

    MrDobalina Senior Member

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    im pretty sure it goes on clear then as it oxidizes it turns to black/brown. kinda like if u eat and apple and wait a while it will turn brown. same concept.
     
  20. HEY.LOOK.AT.ME

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    yeah thats right its only invisible whenu put it on then later it shows up