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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by CHILLEN905, Dec 29, 2004.

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  1. av3r

    av3r Member

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    Rip out the tube and parts of the cap that pump fluid and then tape the cap back together, fill up with whatever you want and throw a nib in. It's only 60ml but it's decent for when you have dregs leftover in cans/from batches of ink etc or you can get one of the 25ml Dulux samples and mix it half and half with thinner and throw it in. Pretty squeezy and easy to hide :^)





  2. HexxInkworks

    HexxInkworks Senior Member

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  3. .Goat.

    .Goat. New Member

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    *uses caps lock to show anger *really looks like triggered neckbearded heavy breathing child
  4. zoup

    zoup Elite Member

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    Make your own stickers

    Step 1. get spray tack, it doesn't nest to be rust, this is just an ex.

    Step 2. Print/ draw your picture.

    Step 3. Put an even coat on the back.

    Step 4. Stick it to something.
  5. R3TCH3D

    R3TCH3D Senior Member

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    If you want a cheap pump action marker get a window marker pour out the ink and put in yours. Works like a charm, discreet as fuck too.
  6. Bello

    Bello Member

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    Serious question who can recommend me good books or a good book that can help me on graffiti i'm really trying to get good at this and if i can get a response thatd mean alot
  7. Bello

    Bello Member

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    How do I learn this style of art?
  8. Bello

    Bello Member

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    Do you know of a way I can get better or start on this style of art any recommendations ? Fuck no ones answering
  9. Tel

    Tel Senior Member

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    Alright heres a mop

    Get a light with a screw off top

    Either screw it the opposite way to break seal or screw off the screw and twist you'll end up with this

    You can do what you want with the light find whatever you want for a nib and ink

    So there you go
  10. JeremyMomma

    JeremyMomma New Member

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    лист нержаве&

    О нас.
    Кто мы и что мы делаем?
    Наша организация была создана в 2010г как оптовая компания по продажам цветного металлопроката.
    За короткий срок мы изучили рынок цветного проката России и готовы поставить вам нужную продукцию.
    Наша организация поставляет различные сплавы для потребителей в любых обьемах.
    Мы готовы рассмотреть вашу потребность если вы являетесь юридическим лицом.
    На нашем складе вы сможете найти для себя следующий сортамент цветного проката: листы прутки, шпильки, шины ЦАМ4-3, уголки ЛА77-2, трубы круглые ОТ4-1, соединительные элементы для трубопроводов.
    Наши преимущества:
    Мы работаем с малыми обьемами
    Мы поставляем всю заявку
    Мы не ограничены в закупках
    Мы можем свободно доукомплектовать заявку
    Мы можем учесть ваш интерес
    Ждем ваших заказов
  11. datguydaze

    datguydaze Senior Member

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    so if i get flame spraypaint what kind of caps does it use does it use male or female caps and would i need a cap adapter for it to be used with caps???does anyone think it would be worth it or not????can some one please answer my question???
  12. datguydaze

    datguydaze Senior Member

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    alright i guess that i will just get some spraypaint from this store down the street that sells canvases and art supplies i think that they may have caps also i heard from someone that says they have been there i hope they got caps and the spraypaint i know that they carry montana spraypaint though that would be whatsup when i started writing it was all about the montana spraypaint i started with krylon though it would be nice to give it a try
  13. Akira Le

    Akira Le New Member

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  14. DKing333

    DKing333 New Member

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    YouTube it my guy! Might be years to late but that’s how I learn everything
  15. LaMortE'

    LaMortE' Member

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    what fabric should i use to make a new nib for my markers?
  16. drapes1125

    drapes1125 Elite Member

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    Like some kinda of Dollar general shoes cut would be good man.
  17. drapes1125

    drapes1125 Elite Member

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    Or a few kiwi shoe polish tops.
  18. Cleansy

    Cleansy New Member

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    How do you add extensions
  19. Classic

    Classic Senior Member

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    I do a very generic noncreative mild/wild style.

    1. you have the know how the do a straight letter (good proportions, bar consistency) then you need to learn how to do a simple stylized straight letter. You do this by bending some bars. The 3rd R on top line is an example.

    2. now starting adding what I call tabs/caps to the end of your bars. The 4th R (1st R on 2nd line) is an example of tabs. Figure out where tabs work and where they don’t.

    3. now extend those tabs. The 5th R kind shows it. Now you can do all types of extensions. Play around with them.

    4. The final inked in R shows various ways to start extensions. You have the tab that we extended at the bottom of the left bar of the R.

    5. Also we have an extension coming off the top of the left bar and it begins by being a small line coming down the side of the main bar then shooting off to the left. Also do a thin start to an extension on bottom of the R and to the right of the right bar that turns into a big arrow.

    6. 3rd way I start extensions is to just have a thin drop down from a bar somewhere. I did this off the extension coming off the top
    Left of the left bar of tbe R and off the right lower extension. These usally work well just dropping straight down then shooting left or right.

    7. flow. Extensions should reinforce your flow and movement. Typically my entensions go east west bc my letter bars tend to be north south.

    it’s paint by numbers easy once you get the hang of them. Biggest thing is learning how to do stylized simples. Then extensions is just like ordering a la carte from a restaurant. Thin extensions here, extensions off an extension there etc

  20. Side_One

    Side_One Senior Member

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    Wow!!! You explained it really well especially adding the drawing for visualization...I wish we('toys') can have more of these types of lessons from the pros. The more I consume the better I can practice imo. What do you guys think?