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Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.
lots of ppl have mentioned the outdoorsmen, so im gona go with that, thanks.
no prob, atleast your not askin "how do i put ink into this, oh GoDz"
just got another 16ox bottle of oink i love it and ive still got garvey like half a bottle full
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then can you explain why that hasnt eaten through my plastic bottles..
anybody that's on the fence about witches brew should buy it. shit's soooo good!
its prefect for dabbers.
on a side note. india ink stains metal. who woulda thought
its also those economic plastic water bottles that have 30% less plastic
kay guys, so i have an important question. recently, liek it shows in the closed recipe thread, i mixed 2 parts acrylic paint, and 1 part water to get a decent drip, DOPE colour paint-ink. Now, it says that sharpie stains better than that shit, and that its very buffable as its just acrylic paint.....but if i add some fish oil tablets, or some brake fluid...will it make it more potent for walls and shit? and make it slightly more inkish?
No dot 3 and fish oil are for inks...
basicly you use paint to get sick colors.
when i wrote that i was only stating that its only ment to be pretty not staining, you can't add dot 3 to paint. only to ink. you can't make it more inkish. you can add more water for more drips. or start working with oil based paints.
(^^ they beat me to it.)
alright, thanks guys.
wow rouge and olick, sorry for interrupting your anal gangbang session with each other.
" 4. Special precautions: Xylene attacks some coatings and some forms of plastic and rubber."
so maybe its just some types of plastic
no prob but yea like sir said work with oil its more permenant and not as easy to buff out.
Plus GK is just as easy to make and with the same proportions... Just different stuff...
yeye, ive always made oil based rusto ink, ghetto krink or whatever, but this was my first time working with acrylic...somebody should really work out how the fuck markwell does it so well.
I don't think they use acrylic... But what they do use is waterbased...
dont know if its been posted yet but can i make ink outta wite out?
I don't think so... But there is always white paint...
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