Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by dutchcedar, 8 May 2006.
amazing man i think thats a winner right there
Painting is all about masking mxing the right colors and layering thinlight layers to get a deep color.
Very nice. And thats just the rough?!?
If Paris Hilton saw that I can hear it "THAT"S HOT"
this and two other mod projects is why I joined the forum and decided to make the attempt to do my own project, simply amazing. ^^
i realy like your project! how much money are you spending on materials?
Hey, thanks for all the kind words...
Braven, I haven't got a clue, my accounting sucks...
The PSU Pod's painted...
I have a little challenge going with a few buddies... they claim I can't get a "show quality" finish out of a rattlecan paint job...
We'll see... there's still some steps in mnpctech's paint tutorial tutorial that I'm gonna tackle...
When I got to the bottom, I was reminded of those old saltflat racers that used to run with bellypans and scalloped paintjobs... had to keep it a solid color... will do the same to the bottom of the radiator and main pod.
The inlet's airbrushed in magenta too...
The trick... three lines of 1/16" tape laid side by side... pull the center strip and there ya go...
O_O WOWOWOWOWOW NICE, thats all i have to say keep up the good work
Nice!! i like your color choise!
The gradient betwen the stripe and the orange zone is maked with an aerographer?
Looking better and better.
Had you given any thought to filling in the groove along the side? It looks kind of odd to me having the flat edge to the front panel, but the groove down the side behind it.
Very nice paint work, I'm very impressed.
i will show u my reaction with a series of smilies.
inspiration for my latest project!!
You should buy one of those fancy dell cases and air brush one like that!!!
it would look sweet
looking good here
cant wait to see what you do with one of those rattle can thingys tho !
Whoa! This case is something so... different
Keep up the good work!
absolutely amazing paintjob
that is one of the best schemes i have seen in a long time and it is very original fantastic job
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