Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

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    Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    Using Spideyfett's masking fluid tequnique, I repainted my armor and I'm very happy with the results!!!! Much easier to use than the lumpy mustard method.

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique


    Are you sure that's yours???? Or did you steal the real thing????

    Again, that is DEAD on....GREAT JOB Josh!!!

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    You are extremely talented man! In addition to your scratchbuilding. your painting is awesome!

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    wwhhaa, that's freaking awesome!!! great job! hope myn comes out that nice when I'm done with the new armor

    ow I think theres still some mustard lingering on your armor... even though you didn't use it

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    Wow! That looks great!

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    Kripps, I have a sneaking suspision you'll have one of the top suits on this board when you're finished...well done!

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    Kripps, you just keep raising the bar. Great work!

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    Thanks guys.......bit upset though. I missed a scratch on the left chest piece by the ab plate. Just noticed it. Guess I'll hit that again when I paint the cod tomorrow. (word to the wise.........making a cod piece is a pain in the butt. If I were to do it again I'd buy one).

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    WOW, that's really amazing job there. Keep the good work!


    Robert

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    I had the pleasure of seeing Kripps' helmet in person and was completely impressed... can't wait to see the rest!

    You've got to come to my cook out on July 16th Kripps and bring that stuff! 8)

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    Re: Armor using Spideyfett's paint technique

    Your armour looks very good , cant beat the masking fluid technique


    Mike

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