Versitile small to medium spray cap. Reminds me of the German outline 3, but with a lil more umph. Especially enjoyed for shadows, keylines/forcefields/finals, and sketching
Thinking of Slime9 when I used only this and a NY Fat for a throwup. Maybe it's just me, but the NY Fats feel like they have less control. They're either on or off. The LEGO Thin isn't like that at all, offering crisp thin lines to thick medium.
Someone said these were just a smaller version of the NY Fat and that's sums it up nicely
Hated pump acrylic markers before I tried One4All. Ish is expensive though, so I was hoping to find something cheaper I could use in an airbrush. Expected Ironlak's Acrylic to be a bust, but am happily surprised! Works great in high solid markers, and that it's water soluble makes is easy to thin or clean. Eager to see how it holds up outdoors. 45ml for $4? Ironlak I am here for it
SMALL SPRAY, you probably want the red Caliigraphy caps. My first time using these caps was one of my first times painting ever. I fastened them to two 200ml Flame Blue cans I had rubberbanded together. I had watched Lady K decimate a wall wielding two Ultrawide cans akimbo and thought these caps would give me a similar affect. Needless to say, I learned a lot that day. Even with high pressure cans these caps lay 2" wide lines max. Cool for outlining and small tags.
Sick for soft scratch fills, I also found myself outlining and sketching with it. Very much like the astro, but with a less defined outer circle. Had one clog using high pigmented paint and it was so sad watching it's massive spray shrink down. Quick quick with Montana's Acetone can and it was back in action. Very fast and fun cap. Flairs are delish!!
holy shout, yo I hyped the airbrush cap hard, but the AP Micro might be even better for crisp, tiny to small, lines. Feels like it throws paint faster than the Airbrush cap, which can be whispy and even soft further from the wall in comparison. There's more line width variation with can control using the micro, whereas the Airbrush cap puts out a consistently size line. You know you want 5" tall bubble letters, come-on! Really really good, AP's got the best tiny caps!