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Offline MO QWACK

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a little plastic painting
« on: 01/30/14 19:25 UTC »
I had about 5 minutes of free time this afternoon so I hurried these. They would of been a lot better with 10 minutes of time lol

Offline ctom

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #1 on: 01/30/14 19:28 UTC »
Still nice. Good work Mo.

Offline Yves

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #2 on: 01/30/14 19:36 UTC »
nicely done, but the paint stays on forever? also in water.
paint on plastic, never seen.

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #3 on: 01/30/14 19:39 UTC »

nicely done, but the paint stays on forever? also in water.
paint on plastic, never seen.
id like to know about this too. Those look very interesting



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Offline MO QWACK

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #4 on: 01/30/14 19:41 UTC »
Createx  will rub off extremely easy until you clear it but once clear it ain't going anywhere

Offline ctom

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #5 on: 01/30/14 19:41 UTC »
He'd probably clear coat them before handling them too much is my guess.

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #6 on: 01/30/14 19:42 UTC »
But my question is what is this stuff? Same paint and process as the cranks you do?


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Offline MO QWACK

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #7 on: 01/30/14 19:50 UTC »
Yea its the same paint I paint cranks with. The great thing about it is if you don't like it just wipe it off.

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #8 on: 01/30/14 19:55 UTC »
I think I need to get into this painting stuff :) maybe one day


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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #9 on: 01/30/14 20:34 UTC »
Do it! Painting is a blast!

Offline pjmcla

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #10 on: 01/30/14 20:35 UTC »
Spike It makes a paint to paint plastics; But: it is VERY heavy on voc's.  It requires a good bit of personal protective equipment and is very flammable.  Dries very quickly and requires reducers / thinners before use.  It does not require an overcoat, and almost cannot be removed.  They have recently come out with a water based paint that is much "friendlier" to apply, but requires an overcoat. 

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #11 on: 01/30/14 22:19 UTC »
What do you use for an overcoat??

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #12 on: 01/31/14 01:16 UTC »
Great looking bait mo.  Mike 8)

Offline MO QWACK

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #13 on: 01/31/14 08:33 UTC »
I just dip em in clear plastic and it seals everything. Some say if you let it cure for a couple days then it doesn't wipe off as easy but you still have to clear it.

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Re: a little plastic painting
« Reply #14 on: 01/31/14 08:42 UTC »
That's the same color and pattern you had on your fingernails at the meeting, isn't it Mo?