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Link Posted: 11/25/2013 11:02:50 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 11/29/2013 11:01:38 PM EDT
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Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 12:31:47 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aeneas2020:
Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?
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No it won't paint it shut just spray over everything , and yes after the first coat just switch the selector switch .
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 2:12:32 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aeneas2020:
Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?
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Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  

I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  

I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  

~Augee
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 2:51:44 AM EDT
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Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  

I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  

I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  

~Augee
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Originally Posted By Aeneas2020:
Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?


Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  

I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  

I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  

~Augee


What type of prep work you do? Schotch brute to "rough up" the surface?
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 3:45:41 AM EDT
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What type of prep work you do? Schotch brute to "rough up" the surface?
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Originally Posted By Aeneas2020:
Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?


Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  

I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  

I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  

~Augee


What type of prep work you do? Schotch brute to "rough up" the surface?


Uhm... usually I brush most of the cat hair off of it...

No, seriously, I basically don't do much prep work, besides making sure the exterior is relatively free of debris and oil, which usually involves a rag wipe down, and maybe a shaving brush.

Besides that, I put masking tape over the S/N and flash suppressor (don't feel like finding out what happens to paint on the inside of a suppressor...) and any optics lenses and/or markings that I don't want painted, and stuff the magazine well with toilet paper.  

Then again, none of my painted rifles are even going to runners up in a beauty contest, though the "beat to crap" look appeals to some (myself included).  

I do a decent amount of artwork unrelated to rifles, including airbrushing, so I know surface prep, ect., and I've considered doing a "serious" refinish job on a rifle just to see what I could do, but when push comes to shove, I'm too lazy and cheap to spend more money on degreaser and more time in surface prep than it cost for the Krylon and the time to paint the rifle.  

Rattle can - no surface prep:




Non-firearm related airbrush work... "just because."  



(yes, it's painted on a wrinkled bedsheet.)

~Augee
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 12:38:39 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Augee:
Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  





I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  





I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  





~Augee
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Originally Posted By Aeneas2020:


Getting ready to do my first rattle can build and i was wondering...are you guys who have completed weapons just spraying over the take down pins, safety selector etc? If so how do you stop the paint from painting them shut and in the case of the selector do you move it after doing one coat and then do another so there is no "shadow" left?






Multiple light coats rather than one thick coat will prevent the paint from "pooling" in crevices and therefore causing parts to stick.  





I don't worry about not getting under the selector lever, and all my painted lowers have the "shadow" minus whatever managed to spray underneath them.  Once again, multiple light passes will be much more successful than just laying on the nozzle and letting lots of paint drip, bleed, and creep into the "insides."  





I've painted multiple lowers like this fully assembled, and have never had any problems with the selector or pins.  





~Augee
+ 1 Imuse the same misting technique with multiple coats so the paint wont run.


 



I also start off farther away from the gun with the rattle can then come in closer if I want to.
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 6:05:59 PM EDT
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thanks for the advice guys
Link Posted: 11/30/2013 6:52:35 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 11/30/2013 6:55:31 PM EDT
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Edited...VA-gunnut

Link Posted: 12/12/2013 7:14:13 PM EDT
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Before:


Painted several thousands rounds ago:


Now:









I think when the final lower comes in for the Grendel I am going to do Cerakote on that one.

Link Posted: 12/12/2013 7:20:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Devin007] [#12]
Very nice. Greg3 is pretty good with a rattle can. If I ever get anything that I want a paint job done on, he's who's gonna do it. ColtMatch556 also rattle canned one of his bolt guns, which turned out awesome. I'll see if I can get permission to post some pics of his work.

(Placeholder for pics)

Link Posted: 12/25/2013 4:10:44 PM EDT
[Last Edit: MallNinjaSK] [#13]
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Link Posted: 12/25/2013 4:40:39 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Dopple] [#14]
Hmm.. Lemme find a pic of the bkue one indid for my wife....
 





Link Posted: 12/26/2013 3:53:49 AM EDT
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Aervoe - I can't remember the exact colors off-hand but if someone really wants to know I'll dig them out.



How it was-





How it is-


Link Posted: 12/26/2013 4:19:27 AM EDT
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It ain't pretty, but it works.



Link Posted: 12/26/2013 6:34:11 AM EDT
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Aervoe - I can't remember the exact colors off-hand but if someone really wants to know I'll dig them out.

How it was-
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2845/9727433713_87c90e5c5e_c.jpg

How it is-
http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5500/9929100696_5b3a4508d7_c.jpg
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What color is the solid finish? Got any pictures of it compared to unpainted Magpul FDE?

Nice!
Link Posted: 12/31/2013 12:58:59 AM EDT
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Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.

Just after painting:



Out in western Tx pasture:


Now we play spot the SPR:
Link Posted: 12/31/2013 1:52:17 AM EDT
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What color is the solid finish? Got any pictures of it compared to unpainted Magpul FDE?


Nice!
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Originally Posted By dtux:


Aervoe - I can't remember the exact colors off-hand but if someone really wants to know I'll dig them out.


How it was-


http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2845/9727433713_87c90e5c5e_c.jpg


How it is-


http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5500/9929100696_5b3a4508d7_c.jpg



What color is the solid finish? Got any pictures of it compared to unpainted Magpul FDE?


Nice!



It's Aervoe Earth Brown. I'll try digging up something in FDE I haven't sprayed yet but I'll tell you, they aren't even close.



ETA - It turns out the only piece of Magpul FDE I have that's unpainted is the front portion of an old MIAD

Here's a quick cell picture to compare-







 
Link Posted: 1/1/2014 2:43:18 PM EDT
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I love it.

 



Link Posted: 1/1/2014 2:45:57 PM EDT
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Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.



Just after painting:

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3737/9584900087_172b10df30_b.jpg





Out in western Tx pasture:

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2886/11660377884_f441e5af40_o.jpg



Now we play spot the SPR:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7351/11660802606_2525f868e0_o.jpg
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VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.

 
Link Posted: 1/1/2014 4:41:59 PM EDT
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VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.  
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Originally Posted By lancecriminal86:

Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.

Just after painting:

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3737/9584900087_172b10df30_b.jpg

Out in western Tx pasture:

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2886/11660377884_f441e5af40_o.jpg

Now we play spot the SPR:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7351/11660802606_2525f868e0_o.jpg
VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.  


You don't see him behind the rifle?




 
Link Posted: 1/1/2014 5:25:37 PM EDT
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You don't see him behind the rifle?
That's damn good camo. All I see of him is his shoe!



 
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Originally Posted By jukeboxx13:
Originally Posted By lancecriminal86:
Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.
Just after painting:
http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3737/9584900087_172b10df30_b.jpg
Out in western Tx pasture:
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2886/11660377884_f441e5af40_o.jpg
Now we play spot the SPR:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7351/11660802606_2525f868e0_o.jpg
VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.  

You don't see him behind the rifle?
That's damn good camo. All I see of him is his shoe!



 

Link Posted: 1/2/2014 6:20:07 PM EDT
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My frankenbuild.  I used Rustoleum and Aervoe paints. If I were to do it again,I would have a bit more contrast between the colors.
Link Posted: 1/3/2014 1:28:02 AM EDT
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I love it.  


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I love it.  



+++++
Link Posted: 1/3/2014 10:39:32 PM EDT
[Last Edit: soreknees] [#26]


Still have parts to add, but it will be done soon.

Semi-Refinishing/Build Thread
Rifle:

PSA Blem Upper and lower
MI SSG12 Rail
PSA CHF 16" M4A1 Profile
Magpul K2
PSA HPT/MP/Shot peened BCG
Magpul CTR

Soon:
T-1 Micro
Rainier Raptor
Magpul RVG
BADASS 45 Short Throw
ALG ACG
Link Posted: 1/3/2014 10:50:19 PM EDT
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Tagged for later.
Link Posted: 1/4/2014 11:31:36 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By jukeboxx13:




I love it.  









was inspired by your concrete scheme


 
Just wait till it starts to wear and it will look even better.


 



ETA : After shooting and hunting with my AR the paint is starting to turn into a combo of khaki and grey which I like.
Link Posted: 1/4/2014 11:32:26 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By KNDAKGEAR:


My frankenbuild.  I used Rustoleum and Aervoe paints. If I were to do it again,I would have a bit more contrast between the colors.

http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k140/CDALY05/IMG_7859_zps66caaa02.jpg
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It almost look like a toy, but I like it.

 
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Originally Posted By dtux:


Originally Posted By jukeboxx13:


Originally Posted By lancecriminal86:

Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.

Just after painting:

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3737/9584900087_172b10df30_b.jpg

Out in western Tx pasture:

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2886/11660377884_f441e5af40_o.jpg

Now we play spot the SPR:

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7351/11660802606_2525f868e0_o.jpg
VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.  


You don't see him behind the rifle?

That's damn good camo. All I see of him is his shoe!







 


Seriously I don't see anything not even the rifle. Lol

 
Link Posted: 1/6/2014 2:31:02 AM EDT
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Seriously I don't see anything not even the rifle. Lol  
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Originally Posted By olds442tyguy:
Originally Posted By dtux:
Originally Posted By jukeboxx13:
Originally Posted By lancecriminal86:
Here's a rattle can job using Aervoe, combination of Pinestraw and mesh bag techniques. The first pic made me think Aervoe's earth red would be a bit over the top, but out in the wild, it's perfect.
Just after painting:
http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3737/9584900087_172b10df30_b.jpg
Out in western Tx pasture:
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2886/11660377884_f441e5af40_o.jpg
Now we play spot the SPR:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7351/11660802606_2525f868e0_o.jpg
VEry nice, but you better have some camos on too.  

You don't see him behind the rifle?
That's damn good camo. All I see of him is his shoe!



 

Seriously I don't see anything not even the rifle. Lol  


I think these comments are the highest compliment I could ask for! Rattlecanning seems to hinge on color selection and really looking at where you intend to use it. Greens seem to be a PITA to match IMO, so I stayed away from them. Seemed to work for me. There is still cedar and yucca out there but you wouldn't really be setting up in them anyways.
Link Posted: 1/6/2014 4:45:10 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 1/6/2014 4:58:30 PM EDT
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Here is one I rattlecan painted, posted before in pine straw thread
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Link Posted: 1/6/2014 5:57:25 PM EDT
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That stock looks great with that MK18 set up.

 
Link Posted: 1/6/2014 6:01:56 PM EDT
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That stock looks great with that MK18 set up.  
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http://i44.tinypic.com/1zdugap.jpg
That stock looks great with that MK18 set up.  


Thanks!  I like it a lot so far.
Link Posted: 1/7/2014 1:16:18 PM EDT
[#36]
Another from today in somewhat better light:

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[Last Edit: SigfanUSAF] [#37]
My 3-color desert M4 SOPMOD Block 1.5 PR clone using Krylon camo colors:





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Link Posted: 1/12/2014 6:33:49 PM EDT
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I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
Link Posted: 1/12/2014 8:54:14 PM EDT
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I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
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Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.
Link Posted: 1/12/2014 9:02:47 PM EDT
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Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.
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Originally Posted By Firemandan26:
I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/1549524_10201317952263023_856295473_n.jpg


Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.



no kidding I thought it was a archangel kit. Looks good.
Link Posted: 1/14/2014 9:58:41 PM EDT
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Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.
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Originally Posted By Firemandan26:
I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/1549524_10201317952263023_856295473_n.jpg


Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.


After a while you start testing patterns on stuff, and then all the flashlights in your house (even the ones in the kitchen) are camo'ed.
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After a while you start testing patterns on stuff, and then all the flashlights in your house (even the ones in the kitchen) are camo'ed.
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Originally Posted By DevilPig:
Originally Posted By Firemandan26:
I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/1549524_10201317952263023_856295473_n.jpg


Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.


After a while you start testing patterns on stuff, and then all the flashlights in your house (even the ones in the kitchen) are camo'ed.


I've got shovels, cinderblocks, boards, etc. all covered in different patterns
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Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.
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Originally Posted By Firemandan26:
I know it's not an AR, but I thought it looked pretty damn cool. My sons "AR"...lol
https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/1549524_10201317952263023_856295473_n.jpg


Seems like a fun way to test your krylon skills.


Def good practice. Just finished my AR today. Did a Kryptek kinda black/white/grey. Turned out rocking. Thanks for the comments. Check for the pics below.
Link Posted: 1/15/2014 1:28:26 AM EDT
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I did a Kryptek style in white dura-coat than a little flat black and a nice matte clear.  All shakers though. Hope you guys like it.

BEFORE:



DRYING:


FINISHED!
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Originally Posted By Firemandan26:
I did a Kryptek style in white dura-coat than a little flat black and a nice matte clear.  All shakers though. Hope you guys like it.

BEFORE:
https://scontent-a-mia.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/q81/s720x720/1512791_10201330939547697_397073797_n.jpg


DRYING:
https://scontent-a-mia.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/1545219_10201330938427669_1234391915_n.jpg

FINISHED!
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Impressive work! Great job with your stencils.
Link Posted: 1/15/2014 2:25:43 PM EDT
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Just finished up my first ever krylon attempt... I was nervous as hell! lol

Might lay some pine needles, and dust over it... Or leave it as is, not sure yet
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