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"Vida" Monarch

Postby StillDead » Wed Dec 24, 2008 9:34 pm

A 163 Champ Monarch w/ Vida Guerra. Tried the Tacky Glue method...


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Re: "Vida" Monarch

Postby spitfire » Wed Dec 24, 2008 9:42 pm

So is the tacky glue method the yellow part? I did this once with hot glue gun, worked well but the glue didn't come off to easily. How easy does the tacky glue come off?
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Re: "Vida" Monarch

Postby StillDead » Thu Dec 25, 2008 8:42 am

I should have put the freakin' disc in the freezer after I washed off the dye.... the glue got warm and hard to deal with... took a bit to some off

The yellow was the tacky glue (That neon yellow is the orginal color)... I did the hottie first then put the glue on.... If you do this do not go crazy with the glue, I did and it took forever dry. The smaller lines looked the best anyways... when it finally dried I took the whole thing and let it soak in Rit "scarlet" for about 15 min...

I will have to try this again soon... maybe do the colors reverse next time to get a "sun burst" effect.
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