Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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Fritz wrote:Looks like a Jolly Rancher! Nice!
I'd like to get cherry scent and see if I can mix it with the rit and make my discs scratch and sniff.
if you could settle for either "game fish" or "garlic", then this might do the trick http://www.hunting-fishing-gear.com/art ... y/282.html
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Ok....Here's my sneaky little 150 QJLS.
Did you dye just the top or did you dye the whole disc?
It looks pretty... there's something different about yours vs. a naturally red Champ disc. I'm guessing you only did the top of the disc.
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Yeah I just dyed the flight plate.
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