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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by pasegrwasc, Sep 11, 2009.
Yeah it's honestly pretty easy, here is my first roller(I went back and did a black outline/3-d on it, but haven't flicked it. Once I get more bucket paint i'm so down to do another one.
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what i thought was funny about the mta roller buff was this:
if your going to paint over it in a shade of white basically why didnt they just buff all the black out with white and it would have just been one big solid white block instead of going over the entire thing and wasting all that paint?! haha
They needed to use "economical paint" rather than oil based paint. The government is fucked up bro, they cut funding in california schools but spent millions to buff the saber and mta roller when nobody in that are gives a shit about graffiti because the river is a shit hole anyways. So lame.
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Downloading leaks = thumbs down awesome thread idea though
I have a stalker who is about 30 and admitted they liked me today very afraiiiiid and they know where I work, eeeeeeep.
Im 19 by the way but told her rather bluntly online how I felt, other than thatto life. Nile o so sooon.
Toy question: The whole cracks in roller thing. Do some people like do huge lines as the cracks then just make it thinner with the fill color?
ive never done one, but i would just use straight bucket paint. is there something wrong with that?
so does it matter whether or not you use exterior paint? Cause i used kilz interior for a roller bomb a month ago and its still there; no fade.
MAYBE if you want it to last a million years but i used interior paint for a roller about a year ago. i went about two weeks ago and its still in really good condition. the paint faded in a few areas but i re touched it with some spray paint and covered up some toy that wrote his name in the k.
i think the reason they call it interior paint is because there's no fumes that can harm you in the paint, whereas exterior paint might smell of have toxic fumes. just a guess.
k somone set this shit straight cus i wana know what to get and wat not to get next time i hit up the stores....
i know i need two rollers, two paint holders and an extendable rroller stick
what i dont know is what kinda paint works best outdorrs, (last longest, no fade)
and also what to thin shit down with.... i think some paints cant be thined by certian stuff? etc
also if you watch the norm roller video he has a big white bucket full of white paint i think but he puts some shit on the roller before dippin shit into the paint? anyone know wha the deal with that is heres the link to the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_tvQNptmAM
fuck it ill just go ask the retards at home depot for their advice on what paint to use outdoors....
lol aight...cause i wen to sherwin williams and asked for exterior paint and the dude there was a friggin paint expert...it kinda threw me off. I'll do my homework on cheap paints. thanks! :]
could be just water.. i've thinned roller paint with water and it was fine
interior vs exterior paint.... dude it dosnt really matter, it's gonna last a long time no matter what. one thing to be mindful of is the weather when you lay the paint. if it's really cold out , eventually the paint will start to peel off the wall becasue it doesnt get a chance to "cure" correctly due to the cold.
Use the edge of the roller
tip while doing rollers wear shitty clothes for sure which is why i checked this thread
does anyone know of how to get roller paint of jeans and sweaters? If so pm me would
be much appreciated
go to sherwin williams and just ask them
roller paint is bucket paint, so its no different than the average house painter asking how to get paint off their clothes
true for some reason i didnt think of that thanks man
Still hard to beleave they buffed saber's stuff.
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