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22 October 2012 - 03:41 PMMy ION rebuild and Quasi-Digi paint scheme.
15 January 2009 - 11:10 AMFor example if your base is Olive Drab once the work is done and set keep your can about 3 1/2 feet away from the top of the medium vertically, then very quickly move your can over it two or three times and allow the mist to settle on the medium until you're satisfied. It will make for less defined lines between the different colours and give it more of a solid tone.
That sounds great man! I'll have to give that a try on my next attempts. Hopefully this weekend, but something tells me that i'll be on the job instead...
Thanks for all the input guys!
10 December 2008 - 09:26 AMPM'ed you...
09 December 2008 - 12:12 PMIf you're looking for cheap=free, use a smooth river rock as a sharpening stone. It may take a little longer, but you'll get there eventually. If you have files, start out with a course steel file to work out all the nicks and dents in the blade. Work slowly. Taking off too much steel is very difficult to repair. When you're happy with the blade, move to a finer metal file and continue working the cutting edge. After using your finest file, move to the stone and use it to smooth out the steel on the blade. The idea is to get as fins as a finish on the cutting edge as possible.
I'm a part of a historical re-enactment group and have made several knives by hand using tools and matierials around the 1800's time period. It takes some time, but it pretty cool...
19 November 2008 - 03:43 PMI wear a black or olive shirt over really faded tiger-stripe pants. I was playing one afternoon with a couple guys in Acupat digis. The kept going on and on about how the design was developed and how hard it was to see and blah, blah, blah… My brother-in-law and I just kinda smiled and humored them until we played. We were able to roll them over the next 5 games. 2 vs 2. It was pretty funny! They were mystified how we were able to sneak up on them, or see them before they saw us. We finally taught them how to move and actually blend into their environment instead of blundering through it.
I used to play with this one guy who could disappear wearing a white t-shirt in a desert field. Weirdest thing I have ever seen. He just had a way of moving and keeping low that allowed him to move undetected. Learned a lot playing with this guy! Props out Joe, wherever you are today!
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