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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by KAMO, Jun 21, 2005.
^ wuts wit ur sig? tryin 2 copy nfk or suttin? lol
Im a rebbel.
a gay one
hhee hee lolll omg
Thas is all anyone manages to say these days "Your gay" gay is a matter of sexual prefference, how come now a days a matter of sexual preferences has become revered as an insult, for males, but when a women is "gay" or a "lesbian" its sexy.
your sig is kinda gay
Ya think? That was not the point of it at all. -_-
what the fuck. You painted on a train in the MIDDLE of nowhere that doesn't move?
i paint in real yards also, and i couldnt help painting it when i found it h34r:
^^ I woulda hit it too. While a few of you are discussing tips, I'm curious of something. Does anyone else have a problem with NY thins. I got a batch and I think they're either defective...or they suck....or...I suck. Could be a combination. I notice they have a flair to em, like a heavy haze on the sides of the line that mudds up the piece, regardless of spray distance or speed. I gave up on 'em and now I use a special black and red cap I found on anti spatter welding spray. They're tight as hell. But does anyone else have that problem?
i dont use ny thins i use the grey outlines, but it could be the paint your using. or maybe the caps are gettin clooged, but if there doin that right outta the bag id dunno. i ve never had defective caps. try to get ahold of some grey outlines.and what are these welding caps you got a hold of?
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My secret babies... B) Never seen 'em on anything but this anti spatter spray. It's like 7 bucks a can at weld supply stores, but if you work in an industrial shop.... I got a couple dozen so far. I dig through the trash at work and pull 'em off empty cans. I like em really well for thin lines plus they keep my finger from blistering.
Mine did that too, i was disappointed. I've always heard hype about N.Y.'s but they don't work. Plus the N.Y. fats just plain out don't work, they really aren't any bigger than the N.Y. Thin, and its not even all that thin.
ur kinda gay thats y none really cares wat u say
what was the point of that. Shit happens. Buff happens. and you should bomb even when you're not bored.
ehh go bomb it again
my problem is ANY FAT TIP + A CAN OF RUSTO.
get me every time.
i just hit a tag and it blew up on me.
ruined my new hoodie too.
that sucks balls
i dunno why it wouldnt work is always worked for me
i heard scrubbing with paint thinner befroe you wash gets paint off clothes never tried it though
ny caps work great, especially the fats.
that is, if you use krylon or belton or montana or painters touch
regular rustoleum sucks with pretty much anything besides a rusto fat or ny fat
and ny fats tend to leak with rusto. its the valving. i think if you cut the stem on caps for good paint they work better with rusto, but never the way you want them to.
just like pink dots. i can get a 8 inch wide fairly hard line with a can of nitro montana, but with rusto, 3 inch at best and a fairly soft line.
basically if you wanna use rusto only use stock caps and rusto fats. stock caps make good outlines if you know how to use them. and if you want cap versatility buy premium paint or krylon.
ur kinda gay thats y none really cares wat u say [/b][/quote]
i dont even know who you are.
Ahah i had ordered some N.Y.'s because my Alien wasn't in stock, and i wanted to use Krylon instead of buying gold. But the N.Y. Thin has that flair to the side, and the fat just seems a mess.
Eat Rich That looks really tight for some reason.
idn what to tell you then. i use ny fats on krylon ultra flat black and chrome cans and they always work fine. i even use them on home decor latex krylon and they work well. maybe you did get a bad batch. i used to buy then at this ghetto head shop and they never leaked with rusto, and now that i get them online they always do. but i dont really like rusto unless its at a chill spot anyways.
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