Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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dude that is freakin' sweet, especially since it's freehand
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I was thinking of an idea for a Champ Starfire X-out that I bought a few months back. Then I came across this!!!
I suck at Disc Golf, therefore I can't afford to carry discs that suck.
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I like the dye- nice and clean!
When you say "freehand" do you mean that you cut it out with an xacto instead of using a plotter, or do you mean that you made up the image as you were cutting it? I don't understand the terminology, but it looks good either way!
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