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Whats up 12 oz.


I have a couple questions i would like some advice with.


I just came up on a shit load of markers from a art store going out of buissness. They are mixed and matched but the majority are Sharpie paint, elmers, and another brand that are simular to prismas. I am having trouble with my color schemes with these new pens. the colors i have are as follows...



Elmers and sharpies:







baby blue


dark green

light green



dark blue



prisma knock off's:




light green






I also have alot of reg. sharpies and xtra wide sharpies (white, red, and black).... please help..


Pictures with explanations would be greatly appreciated!

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chrome/black. done.



hold on bro...I'm making you a power point presentation that

will walk you through every aspect of your day, step by step.

it will include how to hold your dick when you have to piss

and also how to blink when your eyeballs start to get dry.


Has the internet created a generation of kids with no concept of self sufficiency?


fuck...it's just getting worse.


"LOLZ!OMG hey G's I write FagheadOner and like i was wondering if you guys could hold my hand

and maybe y'know make me a pie chart or something that illustrates the best way to turn the pages in

my blackbook? Like should i grab each page and individually turn it gently? or just flip through them

all real fast and pick the one with the most hip hop energy?"


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working with complementary colors helps sometimes


try analogous or monochromatic color schemes

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