This lesson will show you how to fill an Art Primo Big Squeeze marker with Money Shot Ink. This is a great combo because Money Shot is fairly thin and flows smoothly through the Big Squeeze. We also recommend getting a few extra replacement nibs with this combo.
1. Get your supplies together. Always fill markers in a well vented area. Always fill markers in a place where you don't mind a few spills. Filling markers is messy, so don't do it in your living room. Your mommy won't be happy when you spill ink on her carpet.
Things you need:
Biq Squeeze Marker
Money Shot Ink
Ink dump bottle
2. Unscrew the lid from the Marker. Remove the lid from the marker. The lid unscrews COUNTER-CLOCKWISE.
3. Remove the nib from the marker. Using your thumb and forefinger, and holding the marker with your other hand, pull the nib off at an angle. It will come off easier this way.
4. Pour the ink into the marker. Open your ink bottle. With one hand holding the ink bottle, and one hand holding the marker body, slowly pour the ink into the marker. Keep an eye on the ink level inside the marker. Don't overfill the marker. You need to leave enough space for the marker's nib. Dump any excess ink into your dump bottle.
5. Put the nib back into the marker. Carefully put the nib back into the marker. Make sure that the nib is all the way in the marker.
6. Screw the lid back on. Place the lid back on the marker. Turn it CLOCKWISE. Make sure it's on tight, you don't want it to make a mess in your pants.
7. Start the nib. On a flat surface, carefully push the nib down until you see that it is saturated with ink. With this particular combo, you will see that the nib swells.