Saturday, December 13, 2008
Did you know that Krink comes in a steel tip version? Whereas the Krink K-60 and Krink K-63 are meant to be used on smooth surfaces, the K-66 writes on almost all types of surfaces. The Krink K-66 writes on wood, metal, glass, bricks. Basically anything that you can want to write on, the K-66 will do the job.
Thanks to James from Oink Art for the video using the K-66.
The tip seems to be a bit smaller than the other Krink markers. Your lines will be a bit smaller which comes in handy in some situations.
at 4:41 PM