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Kazuhiko Gomibuchi left a comment for DoMME
"Happy birthday. I pray so that people in the world can live happily. I expect that there is wonderful encounter. From a Japanese grand master player."
May 12, 2012
Kazuhiko Gomibuchi left a comment for DoMME
"Happy Birthday. People can live in good health! From a Japanese Grand Master player."
May 12, 2011
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"Happy B-Day!!!"
May 12, 2010
Kazuhiko Gomibuchi left a comment for DoMME
"Happy Birthday. I celebrate it from remote Japan distantly. It be a splendid Discgolf season for you!"
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Jack Moore left a comment for DoMME
"…Happy B-Day… hope you enjoy your day with friends and family"
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DoMME left a comment for Hoodoo Operator
"Sorry for my late answer!! Ok I have dyed now 5 Discs, I like them :). Thanks for your help. Next week i try your to dye with more coulers. Thanks for your advice!! greets from germany"
Feb 7, 2010
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"Well, dying multiple colors is actually pretty easy, just very tedious. Whenever you take off a piece of vinyl to apply a color, you save it. The piece must be removed slowly, so as not to tear or stretch the vinyl. Then, dye the selected area as…"
Jan 14, 2010
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"Hey, thank you man!!! But how do you Dye with more than one colour? greets"
Jan 10, 2010

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Dominik Stampfer
Do you normally drive forehand, backhand, or other?
d0mmeeee
When did you discover and begin playing this best of all sports?
2005
City Where You Live
Heidenheim
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Baden Württemberg
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Germany
How many Aces have you thrown?
4
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961
What is your "home" course?
Söhnstetten
What are your Top Five courses?
EC08 Course 2 Brenzpark
Weilheim
EC08 Course 1 Soehnstetten
How many discs do you own?
40
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http://www.ec08.de

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At 12:36am on May 12, 2012, Kazuhiko Gomibuchi said…

Happy birthday.
I pray so that people in the world can live happily.
I expect that there is wonderful encounter.
From a Japanese grand master player.

At 5:30am on May 12, 2011, Kazuhiko Gomibuchi said…
Happy Birthday.
People can live in good health!
From a Japanese Grand Master player.
At 12:21pm on May 12, 2010, Trae-Bear said…
Happy B-Day!!!
At 8:28am on May 12, 2010, Kazuhiko Gomibuchi said…
Happy Birthday.
I celebrate it from remote Japan distantly.
It be a splendid Discgolf season for you!
At 12:08am on May 11, 2010, Jack Moore said…
…Happy B-Day… hope you enjoy your day with friends and family
At 1:34am on January 14, 2010, Hoodoo Operator said…
Well, dying multiple colors is actually pretty easy, just very tedious. Whenever you take off a piece of vinyl to apply a color, you save it. The piece must be removed slowly, so as not to tear or stretch the vinyl. Then, dye the selected area as usual. When finished, make sure the dyed area is completely dry, then reapply the piece of vinyl back to that area. It is now "masked" and ready for the next piece to be pulled off and the next color to be applied. If the piece I pulled off gets stretched I usually just cut out another piece that's the same shape with some scrap vinyl. And you could do that for all your pieces, I just like re-using the originals to save time and waste. Also remember that if you are re-using original pieces and using the stovetop method, be careful not to get the heat to high, for smaller pieces will fall off during dying. Hope that helps!
At 9:10pm on January 8, 2010, Hoodoo Operator said…
What's up man. Sorry about the delay in my response, I just haven't checked my page in awhile. Anyway, I dye all the stuff I do the same way. Sign Vinyl, Exacto knives, lightbox for cutting out designs (made mine out of an old scanner) and RIT (usually 1 package of dye and 5 or 6 cups of water, on very low heat but the powder dye mixed with a little clear dish soap makes a good "paint"). I am also VERY familiar with Photoshop, which helps in getting my designs sized and/or modified. It's probably the same process you've been using I would assume. And the process doesn't change regardless of the plastic. Although, different plastics take the dye differently (Star, Champ - Good DX, Pro - Bad). The only real difference is how long they have to sit in the dye to get the color you want (some plastics take longer than others).
At 7:31am on May 11, 2009, Kazuhiko Gomibuchi said…
Happy birthday.
Become a wonderful Discgolf season for you.
At 10:59am on January 20, 2009, Martin Kunz said…
Okay, ich filme, Du springst. ;-) Hähä.
At 7:43am on January 20, 2009, Martin Kunz said…
[Nachdenk-mode ON]
Hmmm...
[Nachdenk-mode OFF]
Okay, wir nehmen den Bach unten in Hesselbach.
Das ist doch'n GEILER ABCHECK, oder? ;-)
 
 
 

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