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anyone ever put garvey in a empty uni, deco, or anykinda of valve pen like that? i wanna know how it works because i dont have any clean ones and i tried it with a sharpie paint marker and the tip was all fucked up with paint and the garvey didnt work in it. garvey in a face paint is good (i added a little bit of paint which makes its pretty good as in making it weather proof, paint works right?) but i dont have a lot of garvey so i just kinda wanna get the most out of it. also i put it in a regular sharpie and shits fire.

 

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Originally posted by TeezerPHM@Mar 8 2005, 05:49 PM

anyone ever put garvey  in a empty uni, deco, or anykinda of valve pen like that? i wanna know how it works because i dont have any clean ones and i tried it with a sharpie paint marker and the tip was all fucked up with paint and the garvey didnt work in it. garvey in a face paint is good (i added a little bit of paint which makes its pretty good as in making it weather proof, paint works right?) but i dont have a lot of garvey so i just kinda wanna get the most out of it. also i put it in a regular sharpie and shits fire.

 

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Ya you could put it in a uni. But clean it out first, Or you could mix

Half garvey with half of the ink that comes with the uni and it would

Last longer outside. As for the new sharpie paint marker's that are

just like a uni, same advice. As for a regular sharpie, bad idea the

Ink will most likely dry up since it's not a free flowing ink marker, if

the ink doesn't dry up it will go on thin, with no drips and be easier

to buff. The face paint marker is your best bet cause you can

control the drips and the ink goes on thick and nasty. my question

for you is YOU CANT GET A KIWI IN YOUR CITY?

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Originally posted by technikal+Mar 8 2005, 06:41 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (technikal - Mar 8 2005, 06:41 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-TeezerPHM@Mar 8 2005, 05:49 PM

anyone ever put garvey  in a empty uni, deco, or anykinda of valve pen like that? i wanna know how it works because i dont have any clean ones and i tried it with a sharpie paint marker and the tip was all fucked up with paint and the garvey didnt work in it. garvey in a face paint is good (i added a little bit of paint which makes its pretty good as in making it weather proof, paint works right?) but i dont have a lot of garvey so i just kinda wanna get the most out of it. also i put it in a regular sharpie and shits fire.

 

run on sentences rule

 

Puffin Haze Mostly

Ya you could put it in a uni, But you would have to clean it out.

And clean the nib, It might be a pretty good marker and drip well.

The sharpie paint marker is the same thing as a uni so same advice. As for a sharpie bad idea, the ink will most likely dry up very

quick because it's not a free flowing ink marker. And if it does't it

will go on very light with no drips, which makes it easier to buff.

If you are talking about the face paint markers i am thinking of,

That is your best bet. It will drip as much as you want just by squeezing it, and The ink will never dry up.

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works not that bad in a sharpie, window chalks and facepaints are the best for anything, and i was wondering if anyone put garvey in a clean valve pen and what the results were and i said i couldnt tell yet because my pens are NOT CLEAN AND DID NOT WORK because they were dirty and i tried cleaning it....so yeah im kinda asking for people results but if u wanna tell me some other dope shit to put this ink in or something to add to it even though you shouldnt add anything to it

 

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Im trying to tell you. Yes i have put it in a clean uni and other valve

markers. The result is a good pocket marker that is medium point

and gets good drips if you push it down hard. Just think of a uni with

thinner ink in it.... thats what it is. It works good trust me. Do it.

And yes you can mix something with it, Pigment ink! if you want

it to last more than a couple days outside. So add pilot or marsh

pigment, for outside use. If you use it inside that's another story

You dont need to add anything.

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I would never use "face paint." Just get pigment ink....that way it is weather proof and you won't fuck up any markers. "Face paint" is not made for any type of marker. But, Marsh pigment is and of course garvey works with anything. Mix them together and you have the best ink you can find and or make...You will never fuck up a nib and marker again and you can get both inks cheap. It beats fucking up your markers all the time.

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Originally posted by OMEN TWO@Mar 9 2005, 12:39 AM

I would never use "face paint." Just get pigment ink....that way it is weather proof and you won't fuck up any markers. "Face paint" is not made for any type of marker. But, Marsh pigment is and of course garvey works with anything. Mix them together and you have the best ink you can find and or make...You will never fuck up a nib and marker again and you can get both inks cheap. It beats fucking up your markers all the time.

dude im talking about a face paint marker....theyre like window chalks except smaller...........and what about mixing garvey with some thick ass marsh, would the garvey make it so it doesnt fuck up your nib?

 

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these are the face paint markers (empty them out and fill them with ink or something else good)

 

 

 

 

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and these are the window chalks (again empty them)

 

 

and im sure these markers have been talked about before.. anyways thanks for the information everyone

 

 

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Reading this thread kinda makes me wanna go back out and do some experimenting again... haha. Stay up Omen.

 

Edit: Oh yeah, TeezerPHM is right. Those Window Chalk mops beat a Kiwi any day and beat out the deodorant mops in terms of convenience. So yeah, to answer your question, Garvey is one of the best flowing inks I've come across and I've stuck a half and half Garv+Marsh (dye, not pigment) in them before and have been fine. So go for it.

 

And if the pigment ends up being too thick for the nib, you can always thin it down.

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The facepaint markers are ok but in my opinion the dopest "mini mop" are the EZ Squeezie bottles. Fill them with your ink of choice from str8 Garvey to a Garvey mixture to Krink to Etch...these bad boys are DOPE!!! Once you get good with them you can controll the drips with very slight squeezing pressure as your writing. Pick some of these up, empty them out and fill them up with your ink of choice and go have fun. They are very very low mess as well. I've gotten more ink drops on myself with my uni filled with garvey then i have one of these back boys. Like Mikey says..."TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT!!!!

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Those chalk, face paint and Squeezie look proper. Just take out that bullshit nib that comes with them and put a thick folded eraser in as a nib and tear shit up...of course after you take the garbage that is in those containers out and put in the correct ink Garvey/marsh--pigment. Marsh pigment is just as thin as the dye type, it is just pigmented instead. So, it will not clog up anything. I use straight Marsh Pigment in my miniwides and it flows like fluid.

 

I guess if you can't get your hands on an arrid "type" container they are the next best thing. The good thing about arrid & round 4oz shoe polish containers is you can put the cap back on regardless if you have a fat eraser strip as the nib. The eraser nibs will last forever, they won't wear out and they don't get snagged on shit...they go over everything and are drippy as hell.

 

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Those face paints above are sick! never used those, look how much

ink you can put in those bottles! where do you get those? Actually omen

the nib on the face paints kick ass, they last forever dont rip or pop off.

It would be hard to fit, even the smallest strip of eraser in the hole

anyway. Just clean em out and there good.

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Originally posted by technikal@Mar 9 2005, 01:38 AM

Those face paints above are sick! never used those, look how much

ink you can put in those bottles! where do you get those? Actually omen

the nib on the face paints kick ass, they last forever dont rip or pop off.

It would be hard to fit, even the smallest strip of eraser in the hole

anyway. Just clean em out and there good.

 

Being I never used them, I just assumed the nib was not as rugged as a thick strip of felt.

But, if you can bomb rough surfaces from brick to rock to glass with them, then they must be OK.

However, I will stick with what works for me. If I did not have the stuff I have now I might use them. The nibs on my mops made from erasers are extra wide about an inch and a half of rugged drippyness. But, I suppose those face paints are fuctional...they beat a blank.

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Originally posted by TeezerPHM@Mar 9 2005, 07:48 AM

its possible to get the tip of a face paint or window chalk to get fucked up ive done it just write on something real fucked up or just use one for a long time only hitting up rough surfaces. oh yeah them shits aint that good on concrete (st8 cocrete)

 

whats the tip like(made of)? anyone try one of those "metal markers?" the ones that have the metal ball point and can write in any conditions. up side down through mud and grease. through dog poop or cocaine (oops same shit.) i though of them as them very very yall. very very.

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Originally posted by dangmang+Mar 9 2005, 05:54 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (dangmang - Mar 9 2005, 05:54 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-TeezerPHM@Mar 9 2005, 07:48 AM

its possible to get the tip of a face paint or window chalk to get  fucked up ive done it just write on something  real fucked up or just use one for a long time only hitting up rough surfaces. oh yeah them shits aint that good on concrete (st8 cocrete)

 

whats the tip like(made of)? anyone try one of those "metal markers?" the ones that have the metal ball point and can write in any conditions. up side down through mud and grease. through dog poop or cocaine (oops same shit.) i though of them as them very very yall. very very.

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Ya there pretty nice i have a yellow dalo and the thing is huge! it works fine, Kinda hard to get the paint flowing after you have used it alot, but they last forever outside, And i mean forever. I like it you might too. :king:

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Originally posted by technikal+Mar 9 2005, 06:48 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (technikal - Mar 9 2005, 06:48 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'>;)
Originally posted by dangmang@Mar 9 2005, 05:54 PM

<!--QuoteBegin-TeezerPHM@Mar 9 2005, 07:48 AM

its possible to get the tip of a face paint or window chalk to get  fucked up ive done it just write on something  real fucked up or just use one for a long time only hitting up rough surfaces. oh yeah them shits aint that good on concrete (st8 cocrete)

 

whats the tip like(made of)? anyone try one of those "metal markers?" the ones that have the metal ball point and can write in any conditions. up side down through mud and grease. through dog poop or cocaine (oops same shit.) i though of them as them very very yall. very very.

Ya there pretty nice i have a yellow dalo and the thing is huge! it works fine, Kinda hard to get the paint flowing after you have used it alot, but they last forever outside, And i mean forever. I like it you might too. :king:

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i want a dalo........are they only available online or is there a store in nyc that has them?

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omen the reason i was inquiring about the black dye type marsh mixed with garvey is not because of staining power, but for color. i like the violet of garvey but sometimes i prefer darker shades or all out black. also, i mentioned i added pilot to my ink. this is primarily ot amke the ink dry faster. garvey is a little on the slow side, most of my tags that get fully buffed happen within a day of putting it up because the ink doesn't fully dry and get up in there quick enough. i started putting in a generous amount of pilot, which dries quicker in my experience, and htis helped a good bit.

you mentioned white pigment marsh as a good base for making other colors. i'm curious if you have ever tried mixing it with addivtives i.e. gentian violet?

i'm trying to figure out a nice strong dope looking blueish ink. i'm gonna order some white marsh formt he site you sent (by the way props for that link). i'm thinking of a mix of marsh, a little bit of garvey, and gentian blue.

also, does the white marsh mix alright with paint?

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