My dp 95

Tim Allen

Well-Known Hunter
Well I wanted to try and add a bit more flare to my white interior DP95. so I tryed a hot water technique and tryed heating it up other ways. It worked pretty well, got a little more flare out of it, but unfortuantly my paint job was ruined in the process. The paint chipped and cracked in major peices and in some spots smeared completely. I had a buddy of mine paint the bucket for me, so im pretty bummed that it was ruined, ARRR.....Well here what ive done so far, I sanded that baby back down and sprayed it metallic silver, but it looks aweful shiny to me. Tell me what you guys think of the silver and the flare ive added.(btw the masking job on that bucket is an old pic, im not doing ROTJ style anymore)
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secol FETT

Well-Known Hunter
looks good
don't worry about the shiny thing, remember you still cover with more paint, and the "metal" in the final product are very small, or just apply a lil sand and done :)
 

Gilmortar

Well-Known Hunter
MY BEAUTIFUL PAINTJOB!!! YOU FIEND!!!! COUNTLESS HOURS OF PAINTING!!! ONLY ONE COAT IS SPRAY PAINT!! THE REST BY HAND!! AAGHGHGGHHHHHHH!!!! Well...YOUR LOSS...I guess I'll leave now, I accidently set my helmet on fire and gotta redo the paint on it.
 

Sleezy

Active Hunter

Tim Allen wrote:

Well I wanted to try and add a bit more flare to my white interior DP95. so I tryed a hot water technique and tryed heating it up other ways. It worked pretty well, got a little more flare out of it, but unfortuantly my paint job was ruined in the process.
If it's not too late, here's a pretty helpful tutorial on how to get a little more flare out of your DP.
 
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