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Old 05-05-2006, 04:26 PM
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I love the use of my photo with the mace and the poontang!

thats awesome - her name was sarah

WAVERLY is what we use
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Old 05-05-2006, 04:34 PM
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Waverly is doooooooooooooooooope!
ps...waverly has some dope shirts to.
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Old 05-06-2006, 02:15 AM
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just got some chris cougar colour (uk) really bright.
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Old 05-08-2006, 10:10 AM
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ive been using and still use all the above pigments, testing the waters, and its totally up to how you run your machines/needles half the time....different pigments have different viscosities therefore need to be put into the skin at different speeds, but if you are using cutting whites etc... you can get the desired melted ice cream like ink with any brand.....i dont think one company makes all the best colors, keep trying it all.... every company will have 2 or 3 colors from each set that you will love best always they do that on purpose for sure....lol
But since you asked; troy glen are the best pigments around ive ever used but good luck trying to get 'em shipped from austrialia... i'll always have more than one companies pigment on my pallette, i recommend the same for limitless possiblilites.....just my opinion
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Old 06-28-2009, 12:51 PM
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i use fantasia, but lately it's changed, the viscosity of the ink is really thin and it seems to fall on it's ass pretty quickly, and i shake the s&!t out of my bottles..i've been thinking of trying out prima, or eternal, but now i'm hearing about dermaglo...so i'm at a loss..anyway, triple black, who's is the better black? eternal or national? i never can find everything i like from one supplier, if their inks are good their needles suck and vice versa...
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:58 AM
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ive been using and still use all the above pigments, testing the waters, and its totally up to how you run your machines/needles half the time....different pigments have different viscosities therefore need to be put into the skin at different speeds, but if you are using cutting whites etc... you can get the desired melted ice cream like ink with any brand.....i dont think one company makes all the best colors, keep trying it all.... every company will have 2 or 3 colors from each set that you will love best always they do that on purpose for sure....lol
But since you asked; troy glen are the best pigments around ive ever used but good luck trying to get 'em shipped from austrialia... i'll always have more than one companies pigment on my pallette, i recommend the same for limitless possiblilites.....just my opinion
Yeah I agree totally. For example, I still use Starbrite canary yellow and white. I use Talens and Pelikan blacks, Dermaglo green, I mix my own red and orange from Spaulding pigment powder (which -- if ANYONE know where to get some, please let me know!! I can't get it from them anymore!) Fantasia blue, pink and magenta.

How about you guys? What are the ones you always keep out on your station? I'm especially interested to hear about reds because I'm down to my last package of the stuff I love and I don't know if I can get more. So far, Fantasia is the closest I've found. Believe it or not, I really liked the Intenze Bright red, but most of my clients had a hard time healing from it. Wierd, huh? So I stopped using it.
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I ordered Prima white and im also going to try out a white from "EO One"- Anyone heard of it and is this a Non Predispersed? I want to try something other than Predispersed for a change. Know any decent inks to try?
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I ordered Prima white and im also going to try out a white from "EO One"- Anyone heard of it and is this a Non Predispersed? I want to try something other than Predispersed for a change. Know any decent inks to try?

EO ONE, is'nt that from unimax? never heard anybody that used it. non predispersed means that the particles are bigger, which means it will be a bit harder to get in the skin. i think intenze, and stable are non. stable is some of the thickest s&!t i've ever seen. but when it goes in, it stays, and heals f@#king bright. some colors from intenze rock, others not so much. reds suck for sure.
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i know easy glow is made from large flake powder, and is from what i have heard kinda thin. i havnt tried it but i would like to.
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:01 PM
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i really like the shades of some alla prima colors, but am worried about ordering them cause i heard they are super thin.
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