Ok , this is what's up. Marsh has been around for a loooooooooooong time and has been used by generations of writers everywhere. this ink is super opaque and high quality , i like running it through the masterpiece and making that bitc* drip , HOLY **** , this ink is amazing , i seriously can't get enough of it. Super black and super white , super bright , can't get much better than that, also USE THIS IN A BIG SQUEEZE or whatever you can rack , but aoigjaopgfaporgapwehg0H098J9EGJpe9iugp. luv it
yea it's overpriced, you're paying more for like the name, packaging and presentation, but... hey it looks really good out in the street dripping down the side of a dumpster and just sitting on your nightstand , doesn't fade and is still ultra opaque , i give props to krink for their sick nasty color palette. this seems a tiny bit thicker than the k 60 ink but it's a steel tip so who cares cuz YOU STILL GET GREAT, VIBRANT FADEPROOF COLORS, AND LOTS OF DRIPS ... DEPENDING OR HOW MUCH YOU SQUEEZE. try not to squeeze too hard tho because , it's just an opinion , but it dont look so hot if your drips are like 3 x the size of your tag.
I love this marker. It comes almost completely filled, has really nice dark black ink with amazing flow. This is great for your blackbook , and really good for some stickers, BUT...
contrary to everyone's belief this marker is not strictly for blackbooks,
This is seriously one of the dopest lil street markers youll come across if you flip the nib and scrape it on the concrete. it makes a nice wide mark 2/3 the size of the ko's chisel tip.
BEST OF ALL, this marker is super portable, so stik it in your pocket and go crush the back of that sign or newsstand. DOESN'T fADE ( black only)
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