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Your opinion on Krink Paint Markers?

Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Rae, Jan 26, 2022.

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  1. Rae

    Rae Member

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    I've used them to add highlights on some of my work. I like them, but what I use for the shading and base colors are Prismacolor markers. They don't blend very well.. I'm looking for something that'll blend better. The paper is thin in my blackbook, so that could be an issue.
    Leave your suggestions for favorite marker brands and paper?
  2. WESK4330

    WESK4330 New Member

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    Wast of money you can make the same paint
  3. vigostar

    vigostar Senior Member

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    I work with Charpak, Charpak Spektra, Prismacolor and Artezza alcohol markers. They all are suitable but, from the bunch I like the Spektra the most and Artezza the least. Charpak's have the best bleed so you may want to look into that.
    Pintar, Molotow, Posca, Artezza and TooliArt for acrylic markers. Oddly enough my favorites are the TooliArt ones. For the range in color and price it's hard to beat
  4. Paulllaaa

    Paulllaaa Member

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    Hmm... I wonder how much I'd need to work as a waiter to buy these markers. Mom doesn't want to be a sponsor...Krink Paint markers are cool, but they're too expensive for me.
  5. Solomonitto

    Solomonitto Member

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    These Krink Paint markers are top-notch, though they do come with a hefty price tag. However, their exceptional quality makes them worth putting in the extra hours for. My buddy even went as far as hitting up some gambling joints to snag those markers. His hustle was all about this site , where you can break down payment methods, strategies, and the games themselves. He's stoked about those markers and straight up advises not to sleep on 'em.
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  6. slick dick willy

    slick dick willy Senior Member

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    worth the price, yo, if you want to rock krink on surfraces like rusted metal,
    black poles .krink works well with my tag the ink is a safe bet to work.
    plus krink has a special ingredients that make tags pop off the surfaces.
    for me i didnt like the red krink marker and rather prefer the shine-o
  7. berdoostremmpes

    berdoostremmpes New Member

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    As for the paper, it’s important to use a high-quality, heavyweight paper that can handle multiple layers of ink without bleeding. The Fabriano Bristol+2 is a great option as it’s heavyweight (250gsm) and acid-free, making it suitable for blending and layering. Another good choice is the Strathmore 400 Series Marker Pads, which are also heavyweight and provide a smooth surface for your markers.