I bought the blazing red. Immediately i mixed it with a little black marsh because i want a blood red. Just a drop of marsh. And then mixed it with white magic ink. Tried to get a hot pink but only got a weird orangy skin tone. So i filled the mop with mostly red and it came out like a red deco kind of ink. Very nice. After everything had dried the orangy tint seemed to go away and i ended up actually getting a pink, not flesh tone as it appeared initially. In a normal marker it looks like a sharpie red. In a mop, its a bit jucier and darker. And this stains pretty good. Takes a good scrubbing to get it off but on a very weird note- if u put acetone on it, it immediatly turns to yellow and disappears! I use goof off for clean up and was very surprised to see it fade to nothing.
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I got the white a while ago. It is dope. Very opaque. So i was curious about getting a green. I was looking for a jade kind of green. I read on a previous review that the red was transparent more like a pilot ink so i was a bit worried and confused about the other colors and what these are supposed to be refills for. The description says for the glass body markers but they dont carry those in white. Its hard to imagine a white being in a gravity fed (or capillary excuse me idk) but i have seen opaque markers in this style. Anyhow, i got the green and as expected its transparent like pilot ink. U can definatly refill the glass marker with it, but not a jade i was looking for. This is whats so great about these inks. U can mix them with each other to make any color u want. I just added a bit of white that i already had and bam, jade green. Add more white and u have mint green. This sh*t is dope. Next order im gonna get a red, for sure. Hot pink, here i come! Side note, tho: the white i have is about half empty already. I did a little math and turns out marsh white is half the price of magic ink per ml.(something like $.03 compared to $.06). And magic mixes with marsh perfectly. Only problem is im not sure how great the white marsh is (gr should do a review) and u have to buy it by the qt. ($40ish).This is also a great product for artists who would want to make ur own colors. Just get a bunch of empty pump markers (or be old fashioned n use a brush) and ur basic colors (yellow red blue and white). U can make any color u can think of and not be limited to only a mop like with homemade bucket paint.
So if ur gonna get this, i highly recommend getting the white too. Otherwise ur jist buying regular marker ink, not paint marker ink.
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I first tried these with the ring attached. It works. Nice thin lines. But i was disappointed with lack of flare. Then someone told me to take the ring off like with the fat cap ap has. I figured it wasn't leaking so the ring could stay. So theres really 2 ways to use this cap. With the ring on u can get super skinny likes n soft slow spray. Pop the ring off n u get a cleaner slightly fatter flared spray. I enjoy catching small pimped out flare tags with these. I can tell for piecing they will be very nice. Similar to the ap fat, its slow and controllable. Like the little brother that won't clog as fast. 3.5 or 4 fingers fat, and i got lines skinnier than a pencil!
I wrote about this cap when they came out. Its never posted i think ap didnt like what i said but ill try again. This cap sprayed exactly like a stock cap to me. I felt ripped off. No clean controllable lines like every one else is saying. I wish it worked like that for me. No i didnt mix them up, i immediately marked them when i got them by cutting a piece of the hood off. Yo gr u should make a video on these and all the female caps.
I used these caps strictly for mixing (refilling pocket) cans until recently when I got a bunch of mtn 94s. Something told me to try these caps on that can. Oh man oh man... Seriously, the smallest dots and lines I have ever made. No drips either! I normally go crazy with the bubbles but now, my bubbles just got smaller, so I can go a little more crazy with them. I have also used this as an extinguisher cap on a hp can, IMO the lines come out very skinny. Which might be good if ur trying to conserve paint. Or finish the top of ur pieces that u accidentally made too big to reach. Or for that extra bit of backround or aura u want commingg out the top. Also, a cool thigh about these caps: really hard to clog. If they do clog, bring a sewing needle with u. Clear the straw. Clear the cap. Easily.
What people arent saying and i think needs to be known, is that these adapters do make any cap work on your rusto BUT the only ones that work properly are the ones that normally work properly on rusto. So ny thins ny fats grey german o.l.s and _3 rusto fat : works perfect. Gold fat, ap silver, astrofat, alien skinny: its gonna come out misty like a stock cap.
I missed rusto. And i missed using rusto fats. Thanx ap for reuniting us together again. Also id like to note that this is the best way for fat cap other than just dealing with the stock (which aint that bad). Those ap female fats are not for me. and spray hella slow, like a nyfat on a belton, u know that sh*ts like slowmotion. Good for fancy pwal work/frustratingfrustrating for illegal
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