Time well spent.
This is a discussion on Boredom and Sharpie paint markers within the General Non-Firearm Discussion forums, part of the General Category category; So yeah boredom and a couple of Sharpie paint markers = Painted Magazines. I had white gold and silver on hand was a little bored ...
So yeah boredom and a couple of Sharpie paint markers = Painted Magazines. I had white gold and silver on hand was a little bored so I went to town on a couple of magazines. It's super easy just fill what you want with the color you want let it dry for about 1-2 min then wipe it down with a paint thinner on a paper towel. I had some Tamya Acrylic Paint X-20A Thinner sitting around so tha'ts what I used. Now on to the results.
Time well spent.
Nice job Sinkhole, that is an indication of proper pride!
Great job! Looks like it came directly from the factory.
I like it!
Looks what I've been working on but 10 times more simple? Is it in good? Can you get it out?
Sharpie paint markers are an oil based paint so it's there for good. If you want to get rid of it you can soak the magazine bodies in paint thinner and wipe clean.Originally Posted by computerdynamics
Hate to give up the super secret formula but I'm cleaning with denatured alcohol and then using two part epoxy mixed with the gold mystery dust. I have to work fast and clean excess faster, but it's not coming out!!! I've tried about everything on a test piece and a wire wheel was the only answer, takes it down to bare metal and makes it rough. Forget saving the blueing or anything else. I would call it permanent.
Looks good Sinkhole. There is more then one way to skin a cat. LOL
Some thing the mite work to is stuff thy use to build up finger nails, I used to use it to make colored front sight inserts.
If i can find it or get some new I will show how to do it.
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