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Ultra wides are tricky to use but Id like em over 50mm's.

 

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Any Londoners, note they still have these is Selfridges down stairs in some little art faggy shop, prepare to pay 120quid tho> cos they in this box set...... Ive TRIED robbing one outta it 4 times now.

 

http://www.krink.com/queens.html

 

Krink is pretty easy to make anyway (Chrome Belton hit and paint thinner worked for me)

 

 

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http://www.digitalpose.com/mbr/1/30857/p/586256_1848702380118416111_vl.jpg'>

 

sorry that the pic is blurry. it's a homemade chapstick marker.

 

STEPS TO MAKING ONE FOR YOURSELF

you will need:

chapstick container

pilot ink or whatever you prefer

a candle and matches

an eraser

an eyedropper (comes with pilot ink)

 

1. get the chapstick container, empty out the chapstick and clean out the container.

 

2. melt some wax into it from the candle, so that the bottom is sealed and won't leak any ink.

 

3. put in your ink of choice with the eyedropper. i used pilot because it's cheap and flows fine.

 

3. get an eraser. rip off one of the strips. cut it about 1/4. shove that bit into the container, just make sure you can get the cap back on.

 

4. get the eyedropper back out and drip some ink onto the nib until it becomes juicy. after that you're ready to go.

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if anyone's in the southeastern US try going to ingles and picking up some griffin leather dye. comes with the mop in the bottle, and is the shit for drippers..not all the colors are great right out of the bottle, but if you get one blue, and one white, and mix them half, and half you end up with two baby blue bottles for about $3.25...

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if only i took a flick of when i had a thousand tins in my bedroom. would of made that "real can collection" look silly :) bump to the corio.....

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you can get griffen refills at most grocery stores and places like walgreens and eckards...same with the kiwi mops.

 

thats def. from an old mass appeal....ill flicks.

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Originally posted by nang'eds!

if only i took a flick of when i had a thousand tins in my bedroom. would of made that "real can collection" look silly :) bump to the corio.....

 

Good to see you back on 12oz, kiddoe ;)

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Originally posted by rubbish heap

http://www.digitalpose.com/mbr/1/30857/p/586256_1848702380118416111_vl.jpg'>

 

sorry that the pic is blurry. it's a homemade chapstick marker.

 

STEPS TO MAKING ONE FOR YOURSELF

you will need:

chapstick container

pilot ink or whatever you prefer

a candle and matches

an eraser

an eyedropper (comes with pilot ink)

 

1. get the chapstick container, empty out the chapstick and clean out the container.

 

2. melt some wax into it from the candle, so that the bottom is sealed and won't leak any ink.

 

3. put in your ink of choice with the eyedropper. i used pilot because it's cheap and flows fine.

 

3. get an eraser. rip off one of the strips. cut it about 1/4. shove that bit into the container, just make sure you can get the cap back on.

 

4. get the eyedropper back out and drip some ink onto the nib until it becomes juicy. after that you're ready to go.

 

this is actually interesting , im impressed.

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you get a black board eraser, not a rubber, and cut out a strip so it fits down the end of a chapstick, about a 1/4 of the way down.

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Originally posted by plymski1

you get a black board eraser, not a rubber, and cut out a strip so it fits down the end of a chapstick, about a 1/4 of the way down.

 

Nice one mate...

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