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post #16 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-06-2008, 09:48 AM
 
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post #17 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-06-2008, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
 
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But Dani I love you... and your builds

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yep going to wetsand, or might try micromesh, but its going to need another can of clear at least
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Andy - very busy thanks for asking.
I got the JS all drawn up but have not made one yet, just a matter of time.... I have a ton of stuff in the pipeline.
good luck with that claw, it can be done but is difficult by hand... let me know if you want me to do that for you.. I could do the grip at the same time !

I saw your other thread, nice work on that neck so far mate
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Nice work Andy ! can't wait to see it finished .
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AWESOME WORK! OMG, that's how a JS replica should look, nice blues and purples! I'm going to PM you later!
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Andy, What type of paints did you use to paint your graphic? Oils, Acrylics...?
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Nice job in turning that body into a JS. The pattern came out slick too. Nice work!
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Andy, What type of paints did you use to paint your graphic? Oils, Acrylics...?
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I wanna know too, and see some pics of the actual painting process, if possible
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thanks guys, I primed it with acrylic car paint as normal, then penciled on the design

Then used normal artist acrylics, Daler-Rowney Cryla in the UK. I hadn't done any painting since I was a school & paints were more expenisive than I remember
In this one you can see the blue & purple are done & I'm halfway through the black

The same brand car paint clear on top. A good tip was to spray a thick coat on the leftovers on the paint pallet (ice cream tub lid in my case) & leave overnight just to check their were no funny reactions to the artist paint.
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Thanx man, most informative
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thanks guys, I primed it with acrylic car paint as normal, then penciled on the design

Then used normal artist acrylics, Daler-Rowney Cryla in the UK. I hadn't done any painting since I was a school & paints were more expenisive than I remember
In this one you can see the blue & purple are done & I'm halfway through the black

The same brand car paint clear on top. A good tip was to spray a thick coat on the leftovers on the paint pallet (ice cream tub lid in my case) & leave overnight just to check their were no funny reactions to the artist paint.
Thanks Andy!
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Gee! Yours is gonna be cool. I got a boring red one.
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that looks great man.
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post #29 of 43 (permalink) Old 04-18-2008, 08:05 PM
 
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A bit late of a reply but yeah, I really dislike the prices that the UK get on US products.
Gonna have to be paying like 70-80 for a Seymour Duncan SH-12 in pink because you can only get them in black, white or zebra in the UK _

Anything new on this BTW?
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post #30 of 43 (permalink) Old 05-01-2008, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
 
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mmm shiny, tried micromesh




Neck is I think from a 93 s470, 55 quid on the bay
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