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INCA of EDS Crew is a graffiti artist from Alicante painting since 1989. Within his project ME MYSELF AND I he tested FLAME BLUE while painting three Styles (Inca, Sez and Cain).
„As for coverage, depends on the colors, being quite remarkable especially gray (the terracotta are very, very good), red and some yellow (cadmium, signal) … As for range of colors, everything I tried I see that is enough. In short: Hardcore better than in many colors (yellow !!!!!!), somewhat soft in use and less pressure. Served significantly, except Light Orange with less coverage.Gray, red, black, yellow, violet … OK !!!!!“
Thanks to WRITERS MADRID for the Feature!
I am happy that FLAME™ PAINT sent me some cans in order to try them. FLAME™ is being distributed by MOLOTOW™ (they are well known and need no introduction). FLAME™ PAINT is being produced in Europe. The company is producing spray paint for quite a while now, they know what they are doing. I painted with all different kinds of spray paint during my travels, with one conclusion: You should be able to paint with every can, because the quality of the paint can’t help, if you have no style.
Certainly quality does matter, you just have to compare graffities of the 90s and these days. I think Europeans are quite spoiled regarding good paint for an affordable price. I like to use good material, it’s much more fun to work with and you have less negative surprises.
Talking about quality paint there are some things that really matter to me: Paint should be safe, so fuck toxic ingredients. It should cover well, on every surface. The output system should be easy to control, no matter what temperature it is.
I used to be no big fan of acrylic paint, but this time I wanted to give it a try and I painted two pieces with FLAME™ BLUE:
The background on our local hall of fame was freshly primed for “Black Eyed Blues”. A cold but good day with cool people that I haven’t seen for quite a while. Even though the background froze partially due to the cold weather, the cans performed well. The acrylic paint of FLAME™ BLUE is really thick so it didn’t bother that the primer was partially frozen. It’s so thick that you might need some extra caps. I used the ultra skinny caps, the bananas that come with the cans and fat caps.
The second piece “My Blue Suede Shoes” was painted on a surface, which soaks a lot of color. I was glad that this was no problem, the paint covered well. It was a little bit warmer that day, so I really enjoyed the smooth valve-system, which makes regulating fine details or high outcome very easy, even with a fat cap. I can absolutely recommend FLAME™ BLUE.
• Acrylic paint is so thick that it sparkles sometimes while using ultra skinny caps. You might want to bring a few more caps as usual if you are into painting details (at least in the winter).
• Distribution through MOLOTOW™ is really fast
• Produced in the EU, FLAME™ does not contain toxic ingredients (as far as I know)
• Color donut makes it easy to spot the exact color
• FLAME™ BLUE covers really well, even under difficult circumstances
• Valve system is smooth, easy to control, painting is fun
• Colors seem well balanced to me
• Good price for acrylic paint
Thanks to FLAME™ Paint and MOLOTOW™ for providing me with some cans to try them, I really enjoyed it. FLAME™ BLUE is a high quality paint, which competes easily with the famous brands. Gonna to try out Flame Orange next time…
ART PRIMO presents: Flame Blue and Flame Orange spray paint cap-tests with the Green Ranger! In this episode the Green Ranger reviews different spray paint caps with both the low-pressure Flame Blue and the high-output Flame Orange Spray paints. The caps reviewed on this video are:
Red Dot (AP Micro)
Molotow Super Skinny
New York Fat Cap
German Outline 4
Here is the latest short FLAME™ ORANGE Video this time featuring SORNE of BKP Crew from Czech Republic. More about FLAME™ ORANGE here at flame-paint.com