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Seviers Dyes

Postby sevier » Sat Jun 06, 2009 6:26 am

This one was my first dye. I wanted to do something simple just to test the waters on this and the following is what I came up with. Dyed on a 170g Champ Teebird.

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The next one I wanted to do something with a few more lines but still not too hard of a design. I think it came out pretty well. Dye on a 167g Pro Line Leopard.

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Let me know what you think so far. Ive got another im working on now but the design is a lot more complicated than the previous two so the cutting is taking a little bit. I hope to have it done by Monday maybe.
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Re: Seviers Dyes

Postby ChUcK » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:22 am

Each time I see someone post their first dye or two, and notice that it's also their first DGR post, I get a little warm, fuzzy feeling inside. :lol:

Looks like you've got it down... Are you using vinyl or contact paper?
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Re: Seviers Dyes

Postby sevier » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:40 am

Right now I'm using some white contact paper I picked up at Lowes. I think I might have to start searching around for some scrap vinyl and see how that is compared to what I have now. I actually just finished cutting out my next dye and maybe will dye it tomorrow since it is supposed to rain all weekend anyway.
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Re: Seviers Dyes

Postby sevier » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:13 pm

Alright just finished this one up this morning. The cutting and peeling took a lot longer than i expected but i think it was worth it for the end result. For those not familiar this is Deadpool from the X-men comics. The accent color for the guns and shadows got a little darker than I wanted, but you can still see it fairly well so I'm happy with it. Also if anyone is interested this is dyed on a Champ Spider.

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Re: Seviers Dyes

Postby osborne » Sun Jun 07, 2009 8:35 pm

very clean, im impressed
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