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Magic Ink Marker - Glass Body by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 07/10/2016
Magic Ink Marker - Glass Body These guys are the Schnitzel! Personally I couldn't be happier that Artprimo picked these up. I have used the blacks for a few years now and don't leave the house without them. great for hitting a quick spot or just practicing hand styles. these are the closest thing to the Old Magic Markers I had as kid, (before computers.) Heck if your a Bode' fan and want that vintage look to your artwork get a full set of these and Wizard/Broad it up. This company makes quality stuff the nibs hold up for a good bit (as long as you not trying to write on concrete) and you can get replacements if needed. this is a graphic style marker so its not meant to beat any Buff Man. the ink holds up well on street side signs and glass and these are the perfect size for eggshells and the ink does great on them. and if you run out they can be refilled. The Magic ink ?marker is great for a beginner or novice. the price is just right and being able to get all the colours makes it even better, heck if you like them you can pick up refills and never have to buy another.
Big Thanks to Artprimo for getting these if your like me and dont live any where near a Chinatown you know all about paying thru the nose and waiting 2 months to get one of these in the mail. hopefully these will stay around for a while!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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OTR 901 Soul Tip Paint by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 02/21/2016
OTR 901 Soul Tip Paint I wanted to do the Pepsi challenge with the .901Paint so I picked up the "Hot Pink" personally I like colours that work on light/dark surfaces. also I have the pink .401Paint, I dont know if I would really call the.901 a Hot Pink but Fuchsia. The smell is almost NON-existent with the new formula and its a heck of alot easier to open than the .401Paint, I used a OTR.006 Soultip and I haven't had any streaking, and It writes really easy on smooth surfaces, I had to use a lot of pressure to get heavy drips (I leave the regulator in the Nib) but definitely more pressure than the .401 Paint. As for Dry time the Drips took longer to Dry than the .401Paint I have. I can't speak for the other colours but the Hot Pink has more of a satin sheen to it unless you manage to flood the Tag. As for being opaque it is very bright for the most part on dark surfaces. Marker Ink wants to leach through the .901Paint I have noticed, after going over some previous Ink pieces it turned the Hot Pink muddy and unreadable. The .901Paint does flow better in the nibs of pump markers like the .060/,160 than the .401Paint did. Daily writing in FL weather for a week and its been Up and Down. It's really been a 50/50Paint so far.
Its all a matter of figuring out what it works on best. Its worth the purchase, its a nice price for the amount.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]

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OTR .003 Soultip Steel Nib Marker by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 02/01/2016
OTR .003 Soultip Steel Nib Marker This little guy is a lot of fun. First thing tho' DON'T expect to get the hang of it right away. if you dont like it no big deal, pick up a $.99 7mm nib when you buy this and you can still use it. That said, when you get the hang of the roller ball it can be great. It helps to keep it filled, paint is the best thing for this. Personally I have had no luck with inks. This guy is a happy medium mop. Angle, Pressure, Speed. Your not going to get a crisp line with this like you would a standard mop. you will get some blowouts, some flooding. but be creative use that to your advantage. The ball bearing is super smooth and needs a little bit of a toothy surface to write on like painted rusty metal, weathered wood, brick/concrete, the only real way to get a steady even flow is vertically. you can use this on granite window ledges on old builings/banks/schools/police stations/parking blocks. Sure you could use this on the ground, but I just don't like the idea of any one walking all over me, and why should you.
-TIP- If you press to hard the ball will stop moving. Practice on he boxes you get from AP.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]

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OTR .172 Inkredible by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 01/22/2016
OTR .172 Inkredible I got the Black trade and was impressed. this isn't a paper marker it's made for street use. the Black Ink bleeds through buff, they Buff every day here and I watch them and that guy was mad. Think Speedflow Ink family. The marker is a straight forward OTR short body. I used a 15mm. but the ink can handle the 20mm. just fine. I had no streaking on metals and glass. Don't flood the nib when you pump this the Ink wont come off easily and your caught for sure. In close quarters the smell will get you noticed too. I can't speak for the Red but the get the Black, If your out every night its worth the money. so is the full size.
Any one that has worked a Construction or Shop job will know this ink from the smell.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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CALLIGRAFX Pump Softliner Coversall 2mm Chisel by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 01/20/2016
CALLIGRAFX Pump Softliner Coversall 2mm Chisel I have been using this marker for a bit and i dig it. and it takes a bit of practice to get used to, it can be frustrating at times. The combination of the ink and nib are a lot of fun to experiment with. You can adjust the length of the nib by pulling on it lightly. these really nibs aren't for everybody, Have no fear if you can't get the hang of the nib, its not a loss you can always pick up a Molotow 2-5mm Calligraphy Nib from AP (2 for $2.99) and still use it. the Coversall works great with the 2-5mm Nib also. The Coversall ink in this is super bold for calligraphy and used on black and dark colored papers you get a nice effect. The grip on the Calligrafx is comfortable slightly textured so no slipping. If you have a couple extra dollars to buy something new and you like to experiment then pick this up. This isn't really for Graffiti, if you get the hang of it grab some Eggshell or Postal blanks and go to town.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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MOLOTOW Coversall Dripstick 860DS by Johndee - A Top 100 Reviewer! 01/20/2016
MOLOTOW Coversall Dripstick 860DS The flow on this Mop great! the body is a clear thicker plastic, it drips well without squeezing but if you want more flow its real easy on the fingers. the body style makes it easy to hold. The refill being on the bottom made this super easy to fill, no problem over filling these. The stock nib held up for almost a month with daily writing, Replacing the nib is standard on this mop. I had no leaking after replacing the nib. If your not wearing painted on jeans the mop is just the right size for pockets, it fits nice in a jacket stash pocket. You can hit a lot of spots with this before you have to refill. the Ink holds up under direct sunlight on metal and plastic. it was a good couple month before we noticed any fading.
The REALLY nice part is you can use this to refill Molotow Masterpiece Markers, if you dont have the money to drop on a full bottle of Coversall. So pick this up, use it straight or refill your 360PI/460PI/660PI and use the mop with your favorite Paint/Ink. For the price you really get 2 in 1
p.s. I tested Smash in this and the body held up with minimal softening or melting from the Xylene

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

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