Hydrodip con pintura en aerosol

Hydrodip con pintura en aerosol

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Prácticamente todos los buenos aficionados conocen ya la técnica del hydrodip para “pintar” las armas mediante la inmersión de éstas en bidones con agua caliente o templada sobre la que se ha colocado un “transfer” a modo de calcomanía gigante que cubrirá el arma.

En Internet hemos encontrado un vídeo en el que se muestra un sistema similar que emplea sencillamente pintura de esmalte en aerosol. Ignoramos si era pintura tendrá algo de especial o bastarán sencillos pigmentos de esmalte. Sí conocemos la temperatura del agua que según dicen estaba a 21 grados centígrados y es imprescindible dejar secar durante bastante rato.

Si alguien se anima a hacer pruebas con armas o sencillamente con viejos stocks o culatas que no tenga en mucha estima (por si los fallos), estaremos encantados de saber si el “invento funciona” y qué patrones de color se pueden conseguir. Desde luego la capacidad de invención de la gente no tiene límites.

 

What Tyler and Bruce worked on today with our skulls! Pretty cool. Spray-paint hydro-dipping. **And for all the critics - we never said this way was better or will replace the true print hydro-graphic dips. Geez we were just having fun so chill out. Lol. And they turned out very cool. Always negative people out there but geez realize some people can't afford the real thing...some people don't live anywhere near places that use the graphics and some just love to try cool new things so if you like this cool if you don't who cares. We have skulls that were done using the true graphic prints as well. But these are so unique and no skull comes out the same. And again we just did it for fun and wanted to see if it would work. Which it does. Lol keep your negativity to yourself - no one required you to like this post so take your personal business promoting comments and negativity elsewhere. ???? ** and for the shares and awesome positive comments - we thank you! We never imagined it would ever be shared this much or liked this much. But we thank you - we love positive people! ????Anyway....once our new shop/barn is built, Tyler will be getting an official hydro-dip tank and we will then officially use hydrographic prints. Again this was just for fun and they come out pretty cool. (Side note: since so many people asking... Tyler said the water temperature was around 70 degrees F. He also spray painted the skulls either white or black matte with enamel spray paint before dipping with same type of spray and let dry. He also mixed between flat-matte and gloss enamel based paints to give colors different dimensions.)

Posted by Gina Isabelli on jueves, 19 de noviembre de 2015



Vía: Thefirearmblog

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