Great on plastics, metals and other items, Good coverage (though if you over cover and it gets a lil thick and can take a while to dry, even after drying if you're going over with a fiberglass tip it tends to drag the paint). I also wouldn't suggest using this for tagging if you don't want it buffed (also doesn't seem weather resistant. Still a fun marker and great quality, just have to get used to it like all mediums. f*cking lit for model trains less lit for vandalism.
I used The Jiffy Cap with a Montana spray can and they are good for fill - ins and thick outlines. High out put cap. They are good for outlining throw - ups and making throw - ups. Plus, are good for blending colors and misting one color over another.
This white is killer! Love it in the press n go's. Silky smooth super opaque. Been mixing sky blue, pink and some white to get some nice purples. A lot of white and a touch of pink makes for a loud @$$ opaque pink. The blue and pink need white added otherwise they are very see through, on their own.They will seperate but a good shake does the trick.
Ayee this boy ain't bad, writes wet and fun as hell. The only trouble Ihad is when I started splitting em- some colors have a harder time sticking back together- it helped when I scored (cut small lines into the portion of the split that would stick back together) but some colors, specifically the neon green, still gave issues. Still a fine marker for your regimen.