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custom paint Woodland digi cam by moose-lee custom paint Woodland digi cam by moose-lee
woodland digi cam. from a clear plastic gun to finish = approx 10 hours of work

3 colors of krylon paint, base primer and matte clear coat.
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ElBlueBlood Feb 7, 2011
Cool work.. well done..!!
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crowhitewolf Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I love that Digital camo with kinda Multicam color sheet.This looks great in the woods!
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moose-lee Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks :)
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Tzanlex Jan 28, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
nice camo man !!!awesome work, i have some home made custom made painted airsoft guns....when i will have time i will upload some of...;)

Later !
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moose-lee Jan 28, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome! Can't wait to see them :)
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:icondershishagott:
i tryed a digital camo my self bit i failed bad
how do you get the squares do exact?
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moose-lee Jan 28, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I had to do a set of male and female stencils.

First, painted the gun one solid color (OD), then using the tan paint I used the the cut out stencils and placed them as close to completely flat on the surface as humanly possible and gave a very quick and light spray. Waited a few seconds for the paint to get tacky and if it needed, gave it another quick spray then carefully lifted off the stencil. Then moved to an area as far away from that as I could so it would dry.

After about an hour of letting everything dry (the paint I use says 15 minutes, but its better to be safe than sorry) I want and using masking tape, covered everything that I didn't want to be touched. Which was like 90% of the gun. Making sure to keep everything at square angles, I cut out areas carefully with an exacto knife. When I was ready I painted the entire gun in dark brown. Let dry for half an hour and very carefully took the tape off.

Took about ten hours to do, 6 hours of which was masking the gun.
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:icondershishagott:
i will try that on my nbb p8 when i have the time
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moose-lee Jan 30, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That would be sweet. Just make sure and take your time and to let the paint dry in between coats/colors.

I highly recommend making stencils with the use of graphing paper.
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