No sweat, Jeronimo. This is Oracal 641, and it is really really nice for this painting-type dyeing I'm experimenting with right now.
Tito is right, there was a Furioso hiding under there. Funnily enough, it's actually not a tribal sun but a tribal... er... um, well, a butthole, ok? Private joke from a Vonnegut novel, pretty silly really.
This is ...tim's destroyer. I'm pretty stoked on the way it turned out. I painted all of the flight plate this morning, and it sat in the sulight all day until 8:20, when I finally couldn't stand it anymore and needed to wash it off to have a look-see. Our sun sets at 8:40 right now, so this disc pretty much caught every available ray this fine sunny day in May. Sun-kissed, as it were. The rim still has wet dye on it, and the final product should look cool with such extensive dye coverage.
We are not like those other golfers. We throw our clubs and keep our balls where they belong. -Ol' Bob