here is a my year and a half old roadrunner (my very first dye job) but it faded cuz i lost it in the yard for well over a year. MEGADETH! hahaha. im a lot better now, but being my first one, and coming out that well, its still my favorite lol.
id like to know how you make that effect. im assuming its tape but how the heck to you apply the dye and get the tape to do that. all my dyes are just a plain image and i havent been able to do backgrounds to fill in the disc, and that is just plain sick man!
for some reason josh, people seem to be guarding that effect as a trade secret. I however love to see people trying new things. First I tried aluminum foil but it wasn't quite right. Then went for the plastic bag from the supermarket and presto! So, I take one (or two) of those bags, and crunch it up into a lid (that's what i float my discs in when dying them) then poor in dye slowly to find the magic level liquid and plastic bag to get the right coverage, Then just sit the disc on top and let 'er sit.