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I don't have pictures but some of my favorite things I had were:

 

- Homemade mops.

- Montana cans.

- Homemade colors made w/ homemade mixing tips.

- Spliced mean streaks.

 

Never got into etching or scribing glass because I always thought that was kind of an asshole thing to do.

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- Pilot paint markers, chisel tip

- Montana mini's

- grog squeeze and go's

- Marsh M99 Industrial Grade Refillable Marker Pen

 

if anything, everyone who tags should have a marsh 99

 

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it's all gonna come with time, use and practice man. take it slow and enjoy  the learning process.


Stolen pics, but you can pretty much use anything your mind can think of

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Thanks @WorldBench I appreciate the feedback, I am so excited to try some markers out. Right now I just have some a got from I writer in my city and some from school.  But I am planning on buying some from bombing science soon

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7 minutes ago, Ray40 said:

Thanks @WorldBench I appreciate the feedback, I am so excited to try some markers out. Right now I just have some a got from I writer in my city and some from school.  But I am planning on buying some from bombing science soon

ArtPrimo and BombingScience both have excellent videos on markers, how they work and how they flow. Green Ranger at Art Primo does an excellent job showcasing it. check it out youtube.

 

Get several styles so you can work on different style tags. Your chisel tips and round tips are going to make different style tags and both are important to learn.

 

 

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I have been thinking about getting these markers for a while I will give a list so you can tell me what you think

 

junobo mop

 

grog 15 mm

 

grog 30mm

 

otr paint

 

Otr calligraff 

 

Grog pointer

 

krink 91

 

 

That probably looks like a lot but I have been dying to get these markers.  Any abuse on if it is to much is great. I am also going to try to get a sketch book, stickers, and a marker belt bag with it if my parents allow me. They are pretty chill with stuff like this I think

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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@Ray40This is going to sound extremely boring, but all you really need is a silver and a black Uni Paint PX-30 (actually, lots of them).

 

For some added variety, get some Pilot medium bullet and chisel tips, Pentel Presto pens and Sakuras or Meanstreaks.

 

Focus on perfecting your hand with the smaller tip markers.

 

Avoid gold markers and obsessing over drips.

 

I know all the fancy brand names sound great, not sure what any of these cost, but run the numbers. How many Uni’s, Pilots, Prestos and streaks can your parents buy you for the price of the industry brand name items you listed?

 

Don’t get a marker belt bag.

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12 minutes ago, Ray40 said:

Thanks @WorldBenchSince my parents aren’t so sure about graffiti I thought small metal head markers and stickers would be a good start. I am also wondering is the K 91 steel tip good?

It all depends on what you want to write on. If you're planning to write on Steel/Metal, Wood, Cement, etc the steel tip is good. If you're using it for at your house or in a blackbook there are far better options little homie. If you're just planning to do book stuff and on paper most these markers are overkill and you can get away with using sharpies and highlighters.

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