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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by imported_newz12, May 2, 2004.

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  1. osmoes

    osmoes New Member

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    i would jus fill it up with more ink? i use decos 2 fil my px20. if you have a thinner ink then it might rattle more
     
  2. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    rub or cushion the nib of any black marker felt tip and
    after pushing down the nib if the marker is uni paint marker,
    or marker with a small ball marker , this gives the tag or line
    of what your scrawlin a broader line, not just waiting for alot of
    tags that can become broader later.thus the tag pops out like
    if the marker was in use more often than using the felt nib new.

    i got good results with chisel black markers that are available in my area

    the rubbed felt nib works with my style of scraw i work with.

    rubbing the felt tip nib to a cement sidewalk works well with
    quick to use on foot missions at night or day.

    also best used with hard to fade black ink markers,of course.
     
  3. FOEone

    FOEone Elite Member

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    Wisdom right here. I do this with my KRINKs.
     
  4. mrmazanius

    mrmazanius New Member

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    Bruh krinks be too expensive in my country they charge 15-20$ for a goddamn mop
     
  5. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    ******multi- colored solid marker or sakuras:
    three different colors of sakuras they come in various
    colors.

    slice different sakuras in one half.
    whatever color of choice.

    cut at a angle to make a pie chart of three colors.
    stick them three together to remake a solid marker
    like when the sakura was first bought.

    put the marker with the various colors in the refrigerator
    freezer.

    take the marker out 20 hours later

    could wrap the new solid marker
    with toilet paper and then wrap that with
    aluminum tin foil paper.
     
  6. DEKORONELINER

    DEKORONELINER Member

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    any of yall know a good recipe to make some hobos or sakuras??? I've been just melting oil pastels but i heard oil based paint and wax works great.
     
  7. graffberlin90

    graffberlin90 New Member

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    dope idea