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Just finished something new. Trying to get away from only doing stencil art. Let me know what you think.

07 Champion Roc

I love my Air-brush!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How did you do the butterfly, it looks absolutely amazing, love the shadow effect!!!! GREAT!!!!
You do good work with that airbrush. That is dye, right? Not paint?

Here is a Jaeger disc that i did for a friend.
Yes.... I use a acetone base dye for the air-brushing. It only works good on star plastic. But comes out great looking when done right.

Just a disc that i worked on last night... turned out pretty darn good. Disc was an Elite Z crush... Clear.
Thats a KEWL dye job 4 hrs? how are you doing your dyes GWillim nice dark black as well keep it up
NIce but time consuming. If you have a local sign shop I bet they would cut your design out for you at min cost and Really the acetone is not nesseary unless you dye DX plastic
I would take out the last step of the cold water for 5 to set the dye. Once you have it in the plastic it's there. Looking foward to what you do next


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