I was so glad to see these caps back up on the site. A couple years ago, I was told that these were out of production and were most likely never going to be produced again and I can't describe in words how disappointed I was. These have been my favorite outline caps for pieces since I first started using them about ten years ago and still use them to outline every piece I paint. The solid, clean edged lines you get from this cap, the pressure sensitivity and control you get is everything I've ever wanted from an outline cap.
superr dope mop, the body is a little hard to squeeze at first, you def have to break it in first when you get it.
i ran my homemade oil based fill through it, had no problems, but deff get extra nibs for it, i ordered 25 extra nibs, cuz you cant beat that 5 pack nib price!!! also ran dr guts thru it, sickk stuff
Baught this as a cheap refill because my marker was streaky but the but it wouldn't work... So I tried to smell the air inside it but it smelt kinda wierd so I threw it away.
Anyway, great product. Would recommend.
Make sure you shake the paint very well, or else your colors will come out milky.
The paint has a similar smell to rusto, also very thick like rusto. Really fun for tagging.
(it comes with the perfect cap)
Great for filling, but doesn't work too well with super skinny caps.
All ACME's colors compliment each other. Hard to find a combo that does not look dope.
Can't go wrong with this six pack.
I expected to use this bottle of SG 2.0 sparingly, but adding mere drops into paint mix for mops was just the beginning. I ran Steve straight in Toxic Shocker for a while, it also works super in pump action markers! Very consistent lines, I assume because it's so thin nibs have an easy time keeping supply. Couple drops of this in your press n' go mix will yield wacky drips.
I'm afraid to mix it with acrylic paint, as I think this may create a precipitate, but I might be wrong about that. Magic ink and other alcohol based paints blend wonderfully. The gentle purple color plays well even with warmer tones. Mix with bright orange for a lovely hot pink!
Anyway, dope flow, but the real reason Steve Garvey feels dangerous is the stain: peep those porous surfaces. I've yet to taste real Garvey, but I'm a huge fan of Steve! AP's awesome price let's me feel okay about using as much as I do _u_