Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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Here is an idea that i am thinking about doing
Has anyone done anything like this that I can see some pictures of it to see what it looks like on a disc
Also has anyone done any dying on R-pro plastic, specifically the R-pro Boss. I want to make sure the dye will hold on the plastic
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i havnt seen one with that in particular. im assuming the rpro wouldnt take too well considering dx doesnt take too well itself. but i may be wrong
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I wouldn't even mess with R- pro plastic. Ive been throwing the R-Pro bosses for a few weeks and they don't take beatings very well at all. It's just as bad as DX. So Im assuming they can't take dyes very well either
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They will take a dye but it will be much lighter than you intended and it will fade fairly fast.
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