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The Ink Discussion Thread

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

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  1. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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  2. acereborn

    acereborn Elite Member

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    ^^uhh.. who/what are you talking about?
     
  3. ViaHipHop

    ViaHipHop Senior Member

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    ahh if youre desperate ask your girl for her period blood hah, that shit would be gross.
    (that was a joke)
    alot of people always so go to a butcher i dont know how well thatd work but it couldnt hurt to try ya know?
     
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  4. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    was for some dude askin what to put in acrylic.

    i guess my post just came late.
     
  5. balls deep

    balls deep Senior Member

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    ummmmm well if you want blood, you can go on train tracks and filkl "train kill" were gloves and squeze every drop of blood out that's one way
     
  6. acereborn

    acereborn Elite Member

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    yeah, i guess just late

    but i seriously think using blood is weird, im sure that you could come up with a big list for stuff that stains red, and besides, being so desperate you would take your gf's blood is creepy
     
  7. Olick

    Olick Elite Member

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    not human blood. supposably its pig blood
     
  8. Rogue

    Rogue Guest

    I use pig blood as many people know, just because it's disguisting and gets a lot of attention, plus it stains slightly.

    Pig Blood is thick and disguisting, human blood is thin and "clean".
     
  9. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    ^think u wanna send some my way for something?
     
  10. balls deep

    balls deep Senior Member

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    ya dude can you post a pic?
     
  11. dred

    dred Senior Member

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    how do you open the stazon mop up?
     
  12. balls deep

    balls deep Senior Member

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    above the threeds you can see a lil slit.take a screw driver and lift tthat and boom you got it open
     
  13. dred

    dred Senior Member

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    i dont see what you are talking about
     
  14. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    when u take off the cap, there a lil gap at the top of the mop, near the nib. the nib can be pulled out from there
     
  15. pocket change

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    if you have acrylic paints, you use water to thin it down. if you dont wanna fuck it up, then i would add some water shake it up, if to thick add more water and shake/mix and so on. what i have been playing around with latley, is white oil based paint as your base(lighter the color more white) then adding the acrylic. but i thin my acrylic down first then add it cause when you add water with oil based paint it just seperates. and its kinda cool cause if you dont mix it up to much it will leave little white streaks with the color. the only thing bad is depending on the surface it can a very long time to dry.
     
  16. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    ^and the fact that acrylic doesnt mix wiht oil...
     
  17. pocket change

    pocket change Senior Member

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    i know, but if you want your acrylic to be thin then u add water first cause then its part of the paint and when you mix the acrylic with the white oil based the water wont come out of the acyrlic part. and thats why it leaves tiny white streaks cause it seperates. so there will be different shades of whatever color you use. but if you want some fancy color then just use acrylic and water, dont worry bout staining shit. everything gets buffed. but yeh i know oil based is thinned with paint thinner, and acrylic with water.
     
  18. H3TT1NG3R

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    ^ does it flow thru well? i mean sense it repells ud think one or the other would go through the nib, unless you destine them by soaking one hald of the nib in thinner, and the other in water
     
  19. *cept*

    *cept* Senior Member

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    with mustard powder it does...
     
  20. *cept*

    *cept* Senior Member

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    so i just copped 4 cans of rusto (white, green, red, yellow) and i've been mixing colors around. Found this color chart (thanks olick), and thought it may help some other peeps on their GK makin quest.
    http://www.gellycandle.com/ColorChart.html
     
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