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Old February 2nd, 2018, 01:35 PM #1
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My Art Project! AR-15 Lower Painting

Thanks to John making it impossible to pass up a deal...i grabbed my Spikes lower from him today. Literally...drove home and started painting! Thought i'd share!

I will post when the over-paint is cleaned off. Will 3D the teeth and eyes when done. Can"t wair!

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That looks very cool. Well done!!!!

But I am an idiot, and is that OAO on the forhead?
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That looks very cool. Well done!!!!

But I am an idiot, and is that OAO on the forhead?
red eyes...green nose..face is supposedly looking up lol
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NIce,
Testers paint and a toothpick or other?
how do you clean up the over-paint?
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after a wipe off with a silicone cloth and getting some wipe material out of some crevices it's done..now just waiting for build parts....
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NIce,
Testers paint and a toothpick or other?
how do you clean up the over-paint?
testors enamel...i use a super small paint brush i bought at the craft store nearby.. and a set of helping hands with a magnifying glass mounted to it. I've used nail polish remover in the past but it smears the over paint a bunch first. My buddy tried a bore blaster spray on his...spray a dab on a cleaning patch and wipe it off...i did that today and it worked amazingly well. So that will be my method going forward. The detail on this was pretty rough...so i'm glad it came out the way i wanted. 3 bottles of testors was like $6 - brush set was $5...bore cleaner was $9...and i had the patches.
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