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New Sharpie paint markers..?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Uberock, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. Uberock

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    New Sharpie paint markers..?

    Discussion started by Uberock - Aug 6, 2004

    Anybody try using these yet!?

    The website doesn't say anything about broad markers, but my local art supply shop said they have several sizes..
     
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  2. goonstock

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    goonstock - Replied Aug 6, 2004

    hahah. friends little brother racked some and i tryed them. they suck. stick with unis and decos. peace
     
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    Mistolin - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    Horrible.

    Just look at the tips. they are too damn small.
    i bet u they mad watery also.
     
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  4. destroya

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    destroya - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    i'm 100% sure they also have oil-based ones, which, due to the tip size, are probably only good for stickers and the like. i have no reason to believe they'll be any different from decos, unis, or siz paintys.
     
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  5. Uberock

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    Uberock - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    Said art supply shop told me they were oil based AND had fatter chisel tipped ones......

    *SHRUGS*
     
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    Gates - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    Re: Horrible.

    and expensive.
     
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    Re: Re: Horrible.

    thats why u rack them!;)
     
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  8. Uberock

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    Uberock - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    The shop here sells em for about 4 dollars. Same as Unis..
     
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    ~KRYLON2~ - Replied Aug 7, 2004

    garbage
     
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    ¤¤FoRGE²¤¤ - Replied Aug 8, 2004

    i would like to try the fatter ones....maybe il rack a couple of the little ones and see if i like the paint in em..
     
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    rubbish heap - Replied Aug 8, 2004

    dear shitbags

    Go find a quality art store and rack up the broad oil based Sharpie paint pens. They're exactly like a UniPX30, shits great. Forget those waterbased ones and the smaller ones.
     
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    stukosucks - Replied Aug 9, 2004

    Re: dear shitbags

    exactly, i've been on these for a minute they're decent. if any of you sucka's are too scared to rack em i'm selling htem half price e-mail = truest0ries1@aol.com:D :D
     
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    ¤¤FoRGE²¤¤ - Replied Aug 9, 2004

    im stupid for buying them but whats half of the real price?..
    i havent seen em in stores..i could get the smaller ones
     
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    ERIZENO - Replied Aug 9, 2004

    They are the same as the uni's and other shit.

    both the oil based and water based are avail in small and wide tips.

    i got 2 of the small oil based and they work damn fine in my opinion, and i must add i am super snobby when it comes to my art supplies !!!
     
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    geezpot - Replied Aug 10, 2004

    I picked up a bunch last week in different sizes.
    The fine points are trash just plain out garbage,
    The medium points are decent,
    The thick ones are alright.
    They kinda reminded me of a cheap deco knockoff with a better smell.

    Lately I've been using the Zig Posterman's.
    They have better tips and a nicer color selection but are waterbased.
     
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