you can dye non-white discs. however the color of dye obviously changes as the discs are different colors, also darker color discs take longer to dye. the quality of the plastic also changes how long it takes for the disc to dye, d or dx plastic takes fooorrrr ever and esp, z, pro and so on take less long. i have done minor dying, i dyed peace signs onto the disc. depending on what you would like put on a disc i could possibly do it.
Disc dyeing is a helluva hobby. I got into it as a way to keep myself busy when I quit smoking, and as a way to keep myself in a 'disc golf' frame of mind during the cold Wisconsin winters. It's relatively inexpensive, and the gratification you receive from a finished piece makes what little you spent seem trivial. Rather than have someone dye discs for you, I recommend taking up disc dyeing yourself. Here's a few links that may help you out:
Therein lies all the information you need, and the videos were a big help for me. Also, if you need more help, there are quite a few dye enthusiasts on this site that would be more than willing to help. I should mention that you WILL make mistakes, but this is okay. Each mistake you make will teach you what not to do, and that's really what you're trying to accomplish. The best way to learn to dye discs is to just dive into it. I hope this helps. Keep 'em flying!
i do it, but i find that its not worth the effort i put in compared to what people will pay for it. my 2 cents is do it yourself. the supplies r cheap and easy to find. look on this site for a group called "were dye'n here" and read thru it it should give you every thing you need to know. thats what i did, check my page to see some examples (marylin manson one is the only comissioned one ive done to date). iv'e only done like 15 , but it only took about 5 to get good, but i have a art background. i use contact paper from target (best quality iv'e found) and a exacto knife to cut it out on the disc and powered RIT mixed with dish soap to thickin it up, or acetone to make it fast-acting, sometimes both, i will also heat it up a lil once in a while for dark colors. learned everything from this group before i tryed it and a few crappy discs for practice.
in the case you can't figure it out i will do high quality semi-detailed designs for 20 bucks if you have the discs, you pay the shipping.
We can do custom dye jobs at DG Basics. Pop me an e-mail at email@example.com or hit our contact on www.DGbasics.com
Just let us know what you are looking for and me and Chad can get your disc looking nice.
Putting some cool dye on a discs is a great little art/technique. Read as much as you can on it and give it a whirl. Selecting some guinea pig discs is highly advisable and takes the pressure off on your first few dyes.
My first dye was on my champion classic roc (in bag backup at the time) turned out alright in terms of no bleeding, but the color was not as dark as I had originally planned. Still looked cool though, and it's one of my goto discs every time I play. Even got some props for it today during a tournament round.
Hey guys! We dye our own custom dyed discs now. You can check out some of what we've done recently at www.lsdiscs.net in the custom dyes section. So if you have any requests go ahead and send me what you want and on what discs to firstname.lastname@example.org or in a message on here. You can attach the design if you want in the email.
I can definitely do some custom dyes for you. You can check my stuff out here, or check out my site @ http://www.scidye.com .Theres a bunch of pics on my page here and a huge gallery on my site so you can see some of my work. We have alot of stuff thats already dyed for sale on our site, and on Ebay. Most custom dyes on your plastic are $10 + shipping depending on the complexity of the design. Hope to hear from you!
as around, go to my page, hit me up an e-mail. I do it affordable and great work. I have some on Discaroo as well. Let me know. I do it for a hobby so I am not out there to make all kinds of money. Just like gettting the art out there.