new favorite marker. perfect size, writes great, fills with basically anything from paints to inks. the only downside is the valve/cap arent as durable as larger markers (molotow 15mm or ap 15mm). easy solution is to just cop a few extras.
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this is my new favorite marker/ink. works great in a blackbook without using very much ink, but can get juiced up for outdoor stuff, too. doesn't streak, stains hard, shows up opaque. it's thicker than speedflow but I don't find it to be slow or draggy by comparison.
these are dope. usually people expect a better opacity/flow/stain from alcohol or oil based paint - this is the first water paint mixture i have ever worked with that holds its own. tried to gesso over the teal color on canvas and the marker's paint bled into the wet paint, even though it had been dry to the touch for a few days. awesome effect. makes the k75 from krink look like super lame by comparison.
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it works i guess. i think the only way to re-open it once you snap the valve in fully is pliers, though. nib is mad rigid and not good w thicker paints/inks. imo you're better off using a refillable brand like UNI if you want a chisel marker to put your own inks in. sorry, AP!
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i use this to paint canvases w/ one4all 2mm markers. it works really well for that but some of the lighter colors need a few extra coats - it can be cleaned with regular warm water. if you need something street ready i would go for the one4all, but if youre studio, this is a way better price and a better color selection for blackbooking.
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