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Wicked Markers????

Discussion in 'Open Bar!' started by RichardH, May 3, 2018.


  1. RichardH

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    Has anyone used the brand=== Wicked Markers? I have heard they aren't a Createx item but they do look interesting to try.
    If anyone has used them, how well did they work. Not so much to match the Wicked colors but do they work good for coverage and ease of use?

    They look like something I would like to try but don't want to spend the $$$$$ if they don't do well.

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    Richard
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    Thanks @huskystafford for the info. They look like what I would like to use since I would like to use the same colors I am using.
    Also, I have already drunk my morning pot of coffee. 2 pots a day is about what I drink.

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    As Husky points out, you don't specially need wicked markers, you can put your wicked colours into any brand marker that's designed for it, I always used Schminke fine liners, but Moltov do a kit with different size tips which I think woukd be the most economical option, you might need thinning with finer tips though.
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    I do question my self how you clean tips after you done with project and you wanna put another color inside. Or you need to buy another marker with the same tip?
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    I only ever used black and white in them for signing my work, but I had a load of them with the intention of having one for each colour, they have cap the ssme as some pens do to keep the fluid soft, but I'm sure you can remove the tips and soak thrm in water but this will likely depend on the brand you get, I know Moltiv have replaceable tips.
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    I think I'll look into them a little more. I did wonder if the tips can be cleaned but I would think they would only be good for the initial color used.
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    I'm a lazy bastard so rather than try to clean them I would just have bought a new one, the Schminke ones were cheap enough to be almost a disposable item, the Moltov I had cost three times as much so I was afraid to even get it dirty:)
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