How can anybody not like this mop? You got to be kidding me,if you got problems with this you are using the wrong ink/paint. I keep mine filled with grog blood splatter red and this sh*t drips more than anything,when this mop is full with a thin ink/dye you cant even dab this on a surface without it dripping down 👇 to the floor.my tags are bleeding like this mop is on its period,no tampon can stop that flow,seriously,this is the best 25mm mop ever made in my opinion.plus refillable from the bottom so you can just fill this up while you mobbing down 👇 the block once you running low on ink,keep that bottle of ink on your side and kill it just like Molotow did with this mop.and nothing is wrong with this nib at all,stop writing on rocks and speed bumps,lol.
These caps go hard af when you rock 'em on osh cans or Rusto female valve cans. Put it on some chrome Rusto and go bomb to your heart's content. Lol. This cap is a life saver for those who don't buy cans offline. Haven't tried this cap on any Euro cans but I can't imagine it being terrible.
These are badass markers,I love the silver,so bright and shiny,makes the krink k71 silver look like grey.get two and empty one into the other cuz they come like 1/3 full.then you got an empty marker to fill with whatever u want,I like flowpen ink in these.
Yo so while I haven't picked one up from AP yet, I've used these bad boys for quite some time already and here's the deal: the sandwich nib plates really do give you the cleanest edges and sharpest lines I've seen on any portable calligraphy tool. The ink free-flows in between the plates which means that it will put out a lot of ink depending on your speed and style so just know that more fibrous and course papers will bleed a bit at stop points. But on anything like parchment or Bristol and you're good. These are well balanced (a lot like a larger quill) and super portable. Also super low maintenance, easy to clean, and with the way you change ink cartridges allows you two ways to blend: 1) you can flood the reservoir behind the nib with one color and then load another color refill behind it for a gradual transition, or 2) you can touch the nib to any other ink color and it will draw a small amount in for small sharp transitions. Either way pick one up for sure to play around with because I've been paying $14.99 and art stores for these baby's and AP is out here takin hits at $7.99 just so you kids can do art.
P.s. You can use the small edges of the nib for small detail work, I think it's .3mm
Got one of these years ago at the flea market,and it was streaky as f*ck no matter how much i juiced the nib or shook it up,could not even write one smooth letter,was the worst 15mm marker I ever had and I have had pretty much every 15mm u can think of.it was the paint inside that sucked,the marker on the other hand is decent.by the way I got the lime green one,and yea it sucked big time,maybe I will try a different color like silver,gold, or copper next time.
These Pens are pretty dope . They come in in bigger sizes which I prefer more so over this particular size. Like 6.0 . They have helped hand stylez . Very fun to use . And they have many different colors for the refill cartridges . Overall probably one of myfavorite pens ever. Besides the Sakura calligrapher and the other Sakura chizel tips