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The Ink Discussion Thread

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

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  1. The Most Sadistic

    The Most Sadistic Elite Member

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    Why? Ive heard acetone is a better base then alcohol.
     
  2. The Most Sadistic

    The Most Sadistic Elite Member

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    What is raven oil and what's its use?




    edit: Can we discuss PAINT in this thread too? There is no paint discussion thread.... I would like to know some good paint additives and they're purpose. Hopefully some paint experts can chime in. All I know of so far is oil based wood stain and linseed oil. What does linseed oil do? I also remember someone mentioning Bitumen (sp). Bitumen is just tar, right? And Japan drier to help dry faster.

    I know, I know. This is the INK thread and most people in here would take ink over paint any day, but lets not forget how dope paint is :).

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  3. massacreman

    massacreman Elite Member

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    Thanks

    :Dthanks for the help on my question, you guys r dope
    and i dont have any idea about raven oil or anything other up ther^
    because i live in holland and we have different (less) supplies here:(
     
  4. eez

    eez Senior Member

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    idk... prolly not but....

    dont quote
    linseed is a suspension for things that wont mix by themselves?
    i've heard the same thing about bitumen
    no idea... rofl... japan drier... i could make a joke here but wont
     
  5. ReKoNe~!

    ReKoNe~! Banned

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    acetone based cant be put into a squeeze mop, it will eat through the plastic, and it evaporates off the surface and leaves ur tag like dust
     
  6. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    ^it will dissolve mops, if you use the wrong type of mop, and no it doesnt leave dust... unless you tried addign liek carbon powder to it without suspending it

    and linseed oil suspends pigmetns for oil based paints

    bitumen in liek asphalt, hard to buff black oil based thick goo, thin it with naphtha and add carbon and dyes
     
  7. Werse

    Werse Elite Member

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    Hett i'm starting to think you might be some sort of chemistry teacher XD
     
  8. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    aha nah ive just made alot of ink over the years
     
  9. JadedSketches

    JadedSketches Elite Member

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    yo sadistic fuck it talk about paint mixes all you want in here, ink or paint it doesnt matter if it goes in a mop then its all gravy
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    random flick for talking
     
  10. EGO31

    EGO31 Elite Member

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    so, how good is o!nk ink?
    Apparently it will never be buffed completely. Personal experiences?
     
  11. tiny tim

    tiny tim Senior Member

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    wtf?? griffin shoe polish?? i thought it was only the leather dye
     
  12. Endzero

    Endzero Guest

    acetone as in nail polish remover right?
    doesnt that come in plastic, so why should it dissolve the mop?
    sorry if im missing something..:confused:
     
  13. PeeInTheShower

    PeeInTheShower Elite Member

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    that ink is fuckin balls. so fucking hard to buff it's a joke.
     
  14. Vagrant

    Vagrant Elite Member

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    H3tt is one of the only ink heads that still frequents this thread. I applaud his dedication.

    on the topic of certain solvents disolving plastics, the TYPE of plastic is very important. A solvent that might not disolve the bottle it is packaged in could still do damage to your marker body if it is the wrong plastic.

    to the guy with the shitty pen ink: did you use regular ballpoint pens? Maybe you used gel pens instead. I'm not sure the outcome if gelpens are used, I'm just speculating a possible cause.
     
  15. wpgtags

    wpgtags Senior Member

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    hey faggets, one part rusto, one part thinner, do i win?
     
  16. eez

    eez Senior Member

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    Witches Brew! Denver native!
     
  17. KireOne

    KireOne Senior Member

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    anyone used the illadel ink? just got a refill bottle, their markers arent my favorite but has anyone used the ink?

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  18. Vagrant

    Vagrant Elite Member

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    Nope. You fail.
    It's 2 parts rusto, 1 part thinner, and its the most basic paint recipe there is.
    you basically told us how to boil water, but screwed up the directions.
     
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  19. JadedSketches

    JadedSketches Elite Member

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    this is bullshit, its only good for bleeding through when painted over, its actually pretty easy to remove with a chemical buff
     
  20. H3TT1NG3R

    H3TT1NG3R Elite Member

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    nail polish remover is acetone and a buncha other random shit.
    and yea as vagrant said the type of plastic matters, i think it comes in HDPE plastic, which is pretty resistent to solvents. you should pretty mcuh be good with any mops as long as its not like PS or maybe ldpe