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Originally posted by Bango Bango wrote:

That's really good. How did you do the
pattern?


Pretty simple really. Spray the base coat (use Rustoleum
Textured for metal) then cut your basic pattern out of photo
paper (it doesn't curl) then just lightly spray through the paper
with another color you want the pattern to be. You can use lots
of patterns. For example grass (you guys remember that one
don't you?) leaves, bamboo, etc. Just let the base coat dry a
little
first.

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Wow, best i have seen in a long time, 9.9/10.

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I'm lovin your collection dude, now how are your paintjobs holding up with wear and paintchipping? They look great, i bet they'd look great even if they were chipped a bit. 

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Originally posted by MuRdoc18 MuRdoc18 wrote:

I'm lovin your collection dude, now how
are your paintjobs holding up
with wear and paintchipping? They look great, i bet they'd look
great
even if they were chipped a bit. 


So far really well. I've played with the one on the far right (the
swiss army knife ha ha) and it didn't chip at all. The Rustoleum
paint is made for metal and seems to hold up very well. We'll
have to see after a little time has passed for the full test though.
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