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Blackbook Markers

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by dcite, May 3, 2004.

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  1. kroc_oner

    kroc_oner Elite Member

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    shrpie poster paint .. extra fine black .. its the best
  2. Messer

    Messer Senior Member

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    nooooo the extra fine poscaasssss

    BEDAROC Senior Member

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    dumbass question but how do you keep the copics and prismas from bleeding...i was told to color in faster but i dont got that good of steady hands...any idea?
  4. LeaksOne

    LeaksOne Elite Member

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    put loose leaf paper behind the page your working on. construction paper. its guna bleed regardless.
  5. Nurseofgonzo

    Nurseofgonzo Senior Member

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    Sharpie paint pens..I think someone may have posted those? are a great option..espc. if the book as semi thick paper (most drawing books only bleeds though to the other side of that page..and not onto the next page..if you know what I mean. Plus these seem to last FOREVER for some reason.

    BEDAROC Senior Member

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    im not trippin about bleeding onto the page behind it i meant to keep the colors from bleeding into each other in the piece..sorry i should have specified that

    STFUPPERCUT Senior Member

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    crayolas sharpies prismas panatone and various markers, i go to the thrift store and pick up used markers in big bags for cents. also iv gotten glitter glue squeezable markers, ... that are usually dried up buti empty it out and put my own ink in and get some bomb results.( for tagging)
  8. LeaksOne

    LeaksOne Elite Member

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    oh gotcha. only thing i can suggest is use expensive markers or paint markers. i guess thats why decos are so poplular

    BEDAROC Senior Member

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    true.i guess my problem is i take to long so it bleeds alot of excess.oh well trial and error...
  10. thedudeman

    thedudeman Senior Member

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    ima have to try these out.. ive heard of em but the only place i seen em was at walmart
  11. doie48952

    doie48952 Banned

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  12. Silon295

    Silon295 Senior Member

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    pilot broads are the best for books imo because you can easily refill them and the pilot ink only cost about 5 bucks and will last you a loooooooooooooong time
  13. Patchy

    Patchy Senior Member

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    For my black book i use these markers i found at a craft store. There called Dotta-riffic. They were 5 for 5 so i couldnt pass it up.
  14. inpho_211

    inpho_211 Senior Member

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    dam.ive never used posca or OTR.840 or none of that fancy shit..all i use is sharpies fine point and a white painter for the a caveman..
  15. D O S E R

    D O S E R Member

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    crayola . deco .. fuck sharpies .. fine point markers & sometimes prisma

    There Is No Flyer .. Thats Like Jumping Over Jordan

  16. inpho_211

    inpho_211 Senior Member

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    ur saying fuck sharpies and ur using crayola?? wut r u 7??
    if u use em rite there alright..i wanna get some decos or some poscas..prisma markers are dope as fuck and the colorpencils are amazing..
  17. Th3t4

    Th3t4 Senior Member

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    black: paper mate - tikky graphics in 0.3 0.5 0.7
    pilot twin marker (fine and broad)
    pilot twin marker (fine and extra fine)
    pilot DR in 0.1
    and a molotow 127HS (both black and white)

    colours: stabilo point 88 fine 0.4
    letraset promarker twin tip
    Dove craft brush and felt tip
    and uni Posca bullet tip/fine line

    i think thats all the markers i have :p
  18. black midget

    black midget Senior Member

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    those martha stewart waterbased markers are nice..prisma broad and fine line markers..
  19. lakim shabazz

    lakim shabazz Moderator

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    anything that i can get my hands on kids sticking to just ONE type of medium you'll never progress.
  20. notorious_rame

    notorious_rame Member

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    ^^ homebody has a point. My friend was on house arest for a longgg ass time and his Po always checked in on him to make sure he didnt have any markers or anything so he had to start using straight pencil pen and crayola shit. He addapted.