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Thread: Neon Inks

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    I also tried test samples of the new Speedball flourescent and the new black. They both work well, the flourescent pops.

    Holds good detail, stays open. I think they will be at FS with some samples for printers, check in at the demo booth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    This is a weird, weird statement. You either work for Speedball or you're weird.
    Well, then. Welcome to the grade school sandbox.

    I'm not quite sure what's 'weird' about a statement that contains straight-forward information about a new product that I recently saw on the company's facebook page, or a person that writes it. The timing was coincidental... I guess some people consider coincidence 'weird,' for lack of a better word to describe a statement (or a person) that tries to add more to the discussion than his own. No one cares if you write 'witty' posts, but do everyone a favor and try not to pull us (especially those without as much experience as you) into your world to breathe your toxic air of superiority and pretension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    I also tried test samples of the new Speedball flourescent and the new black. They both work well, the flourescent pops.

    Holds good detail, stays open. I think they will be at FS with some samples for printers, check in at the demo booth.
    Cool. Have photos; can you show us what they look like?? And, do they dry chalky?

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    they're in testing mode, so that would be premature. no photos, sorry. and yes, reducing chalkyness is one of their priorities.

    ....and I for one love witty nasty toxic sandbox retorts. It's what makes GeePee great. Don't stand near the heat if you don't want to get burned. Debating Richie is like bagging farts.
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    Are speedball fluorescent inks not normally sold yet? I just bought a bunch last month from my local art store, didn't seem new, they were even having a clearance sale on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac View Post
    they're in testing mode, so that would be premature. no photos, sorry. and yes, reducing chalkyness is one of their priorities.

    ....and I for one love witty nasty toxic sandbox retorts. It's what makes GeePee great. Don't stand near the heat if you don't want to get burned. Debating Richie is like bagging farts.
    Witty posts are fine, but that's not what we're talking about. And I wouldn't compare posting something about inks to "standing near the heat." LOL.

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    I anticipate your next post to be cheap and accessible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frédéric Bouin View Post
    Are speedball fluorescent inks not normally sold yet? I just bought a bunch last month from my local art store, didn't seem new, they were even having a clearance sale on them.
    The old guard will have a better answer for you, and they'll correct me if I am wrong, but I'm under the impression that the old fluorescent inks sold by speedball were fabric inks. If that's not the case, perhaps the new ones are new formulations. They also sell "night glo" inks that are like the fluorescent, but not to be confused with them since "night glo" inks are formulated to glow under black light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichieGoodtimes View Post
    I anticipate your next post to be cheap and accessible.
    I suspect these are categories with which you're intimately familiar.

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