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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:11 pm 
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Nice artwork, functional artwork.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:35 pm 
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joe hickey wrote:
Looks great. Now to see a pic of it all together.

will do Joe :wink:
thanks Plinker it really has a nice feel to it as long as you don't go overboard with the stippling. :wink:
thanks again guys I appreciate the feedback :D

Just to mention there are some cool patterns out there as well, here is some cool fish scaling.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 5:09 pm 
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All back together Joe :wink:
I was going to airbrush a wolf theme on the stock but I'm debating whether or not to do so. :|
I kind of like the clean look of it as well, what do you guys think ?
leave it or paint it. :?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 6:06 pm 
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Looks coooooooool. :partyman:

Nice Job.



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Leave it black Ace!
Do you think you could accomplish the same on wood stock?

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Black Ace.

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Leave it in black. It looks amazing!

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rrdstarr wrote:
Leave it black Ace!
Do you think you could accomplish the same on wood stock?

Not sure might have to use a deferent tip on it, I'll sample on a blank peace of wood and see how it turns out I'll let you know Rick. :wink:

Thanks guys i think I'll take your advice and leave it as is :D
maybe I'll airbrush it on another stock some time then.

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Looks awesome, Ace! 8)

Leave her black for sure - looks perfect as is.

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Thanks Todd. :wink:

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Changes the look of the gun,,,for the better. Very nice. Now I'm gonna have to do mine. Where do you find the pattern,s ? Oh and my vote is also leave it black. However if your artistic talent is up to it. A shadow relief picture done in the same way, but not as deep, might be an option.

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rrdstarr wrote:
I used to use grip tape of skateboards 25 years ago when fibre glass stocks came out.

I like the idea of using grip tape. I could make templates out of paper and if it doesn't look right on the stock I could remove it and try again.

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joe hickey wrote:
Where do you find the pattern,s ?

I looked around and liked the AA-S400 pattern, i added an extra stripe on the grip due to its steep slope.

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