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infamousscribbler

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  1. I've always enjoyed using the Alien cans, they always had great low pressure for tiny work and I always found myself surprised at how much I could get out of one can, so the water based version intrigues me.
  2. Low quality pic, but one of my favorites.
  3. HAL, that first paragraph...exactly. I remember coming up with flatball and 3d ball krylons, rusto and whatever local brands I could find, and the first time I got my hands on some Belton, Spanish Montana & L&G Montana, it blew me away. I enjoy using the newer brands here and there for fun stuff, but when I want quality and longevity, the European brands are the only way to go.
  4. Eksrt, Potatoe, Werds & those Nace cars... nice flicks all over this page.
  5. I can't help with too many specific recommendations aside from your standard Rusto, AA & PT, unless you find Walmarts that still stock their cheapo brand silvers and such. All I can say is try finding a good freight liquidation store.
  6. I have to say, I had the same issues. I used a few greens and purples, and while they do cover pretty well, I had to fight them to get crisp lines the whole time, even after reducing pressure.
  7. Custom colors, interesting...
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