||I've tried every color except the pale orange, yellow ochre, and olive green in marker form, but in bottle form, I've tried black, blue, red, purple, and white.
Every Color Except White:
This is a great line of dye ink. very stainy and bleeds through, but also versatile and will mix into many oil and alcohol based paints. I've successfully mixed it with pentel presto and white shorty, daiso correction pens, uni paints, texta 950s, rustoleum bucket paint (in a press n go), OTR soultip paint,
The ink works well for bombing, but is also very suited for slaps and blackbooks. On paper, the ink can blend pretty well due to its slower drying time, which is caused by the xylene base. The downside to this is that the ink can spread outward from where it is applied, making it less precise if applied heavily on porous surfaces.
The black is fairly fade resistant, but the other colors unfortunately are not. This is pretty much universal to dye inks, they all fade in the sun fairly quickly. I think they do better than OTR flowpen ink, though.
This product is typical of Xylene based markers and inks in that it is smelly. You definitely want to have some ventilation when using it indoors.
This is a decent white paint/pigment ink that requires a pump action marker. It flows fairly well and behaves similarly to Uni paint white. I liked it best in the AP hit n go 8mm marker, but also works well in the bullet tip ones. I find that it separates in the nib, so when you want to get the marker going again, you need to pump it a bunch and write it around on some scratch paper until it is back up to full opacity.
This paint actually has a nicer smell than most oil based paints. it is an oddly nice sweet smell (compared to others) and is definitely unique from uni paint, deco color, and pentel white. I still recommend some ventilation wile using it.
5/5, this is a great product, and while I have some criticisms, I find myself using it all the time. Definitely a must try.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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