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moniker/streak whatever u wana call them

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Originally posted by johndoe

http://www.baltimore-archive.com/archivepa...ges/rhino-s.jpg

could someone please tell me what to use for streaks to get lines as thin as the one in the image, i kno its not a sakura or a meanstreak. i thot an oil crayon thing, but i thot that would rub off metal pretty easy.

 

Yes, it's an "oil crayon thing". HAHA

 

Another dunce who shouldn't be out there. Would you like for us to hold of your hand as you sign each boxcar as well?

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Originally posted by .:wizo:cdc:.

i dont know why you would get those pencils....read the description, its says it wipes off thouroughly with a damp cloth

 

maybe not then, why not use a paint pen

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Re: Re: moniker/streak whatever u wana call them

 

Originally posted by thehermit

Yes, it's an "oil crayon thing". HAHA

 

Another dunce who shouldn't be out there. Would you like for us to hold of your hand as you sign each boxcar as well?

 

gee. wouldja really? youd be a pal if u did that, ill email u for some info.

 

 

everyone has to start some where, ur not just gunna wake up one day and automatically know all this info.

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Re: Re: moniker/streak whatever u wana call them

 

Originally posted by thehermit

Yes, it's an "oil crayon thing". HAHA

 

Another dunce who shouldn't be out there. Would you like for us to hold of your hand as you sign each boxcar as well?

 

^^^^^^^^^^:lol: :lol: :lol: NOW THATS FUNNY...

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...don't let these jokers clown you kid...

 

...in order to get those really clean little lines you have to use modified crayola crayons...it's top secret how to go about the modification process however...just keep tryin i'm sure you'll figure it out...

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Guest sober
Originally posted by ARCEL

maybe not then, why not use a paint pen

 

 

good lord. everyone is retarded.

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ITS CALLED "HAND CONTROL" ... KINDA LIKE JACKIN OFF ,HOMIE...GOTTA DO IT JUST RIGHT. AS FOR THE TOOLS. GO TO K-MART AND ASK FOR THICK CHINA MARKERS BY GALOOB.:confused: OR JUST GO BUY LUMBER CRAYONS(DIXON)...BUT PRESS REAL HARD, OR THEY WON'T WORK.

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Originally posted by my sweetheart, the drunk

those who know dont say and those who say dont know.

 

exquisitly put ^^^^^^^^^^^^:cool:

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oh ya those ******'* ya i buy those all the time at *******'*.

there really cheap and last forever.

 

hope this helps kid

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Guest Ted Wakowski
Originally posted by my sweetheart, the drunk

those who know dont say and those who say dont know.

 

What about those who say that they don't know they don't say they know, without actually saying it? What about them?

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if your worried about it being so fucking permanent... just get a pentel white. you can get a mini one too... fits in the palm of your hand. modify it up.

 

but as cracked said... it's amazing how long lead lasts on a car. probably longer than a krylon fill. haha

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looks like a regular white streak... just learn how to properly use streakers and not fuck up the tip and you can get lines alot cleaner and thinner than that.....

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