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AP Micro Cap by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 05/19/2021
AP Micro Cap 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!

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

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Spring Fever Filled Drip Mop by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 03/16/2021
Spring Fever Filled Drip Mop Got the orange. This paint is nice and flowy! Works well in small pump markers. Holds up well to weather!

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

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Molotow High Solid 127 Marker by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 02/01/2021
Molotow High Solid 127 Marker I wouldn't have believed pump markers could be this precise and consistent before I tried them. I REALLY like the EF 1mm nib, it is more rigid and tactile than the 1.5 and 2mm nibs, which is great for details and fun to write with. Paint will sometimes dry on the side of the 1mm nib, but it's easy to wipe off, and usually doesn't effect flow.

All nibs are sturdy and (using One4All paint) easily washable in the sink, perfect for changing colors!

Speaking of paint inside these... acrylic was a bad word to me, so I wasn't expecting these to hold up outside; however, I was pleasantly surprised the color purist months after. Shake this ish!! Larger nib markers will probably write fine at first without shaking, but the paint does separate quite a bit.

Okay, the whole reason I wanted to write this review: I have noticed using the 1mm an unshaken marker will often mark a shade or two darker than the color. At least in the couple blues and greens I've tried. I suspect this is because how it separates-- less bright pigment is being delivered? Anyway, maybe useful for shading..? I think so.

If you're not sure you'll like these, buy an EF white 127 and an Art Primo Black Pad

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

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Art Primo Airbrush Cap by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 01/23/2021
Art Primo Airbrush Cap Sharp cap bruv! I'm impressed by the clean lines! Using Flame Blue and Double A, this cap has quickly become one of my favorites. Marker sized lines great for pocket cans and tiny spaces. Outlining larger letters with this cap rulez, re: hipster throwies. I find it's small lines consume less paint, so it's easier to stretch a can.

I ordered ten, next time I will order fifty *laughing while crying emoji*

I much prefer this cap to the Flame Super Fine because it's more forgiving in creating crisp clean lines. I prefer this to the German Outline 3 because it produces smaller lines at can's max pressure. I might argue those two caps offer more line width variation-- you might be able to get a more skinny line or flare out more-- with the super fine, but it'll be airy, not as crisp as the consistent airbrush cap.

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

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Magic Ink Solid Paint Marker by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 11/24/2020
Magic Ink Solid Paint Marker My introduction to streaks! GR mentioned these recently in the 5 for $20 video. He's dead on about how buttery they are-- perhaps more creamy-sticky than an AP Solid-- even in the winter.

A very fun write, my biggest gripe is how little paint it holds. The twist-up mechanism takes up half its size. One may melt paint into the snazzy plastic tube: 1 hobo marker can refill this marker ~3.5 times.

Rough surfaces might chew more off than something oil based, but the lines it lays are striking! Colors hold up for months even in sun and weather.

Pickup yellow!

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

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Art Primo Toxic Shocker by Graditude - A Top 50 Reviewer! 09/27/2020
Art Primo Toxic Shocker wanted to amend my previous review-- these nibs do have a valve in them! With the valve, writing on vertical surfaces I have found more ink flow when initially pressing the nib, leading to the first second of writing being more juicy than the less saturated remainder. Removing the nib seems possible and might help this, but I'm not trying to make a mess. Economical on ink compared to something you'll squeeze. Throw some white magic ink, or another flowy paint in with your ink so your marks don't fade entirely in the sun.

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

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