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Darkeadventures Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2016
Hi, many thanks for the Birthday blessings last month, so sorry, haven't been on here for ages... :-)
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Anti-nutella Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for adding my gun to your awesome collection. I'm glad you like it
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Pirkleations Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It's very cool. Just the style that I imagine when I get creating.

Do you still have it? Or has it moved on to a new owner?

Mine tend to sell before I can even get emotionally attached to them.

~D
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Anti-nutella Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. I take that as a high complement from one as talented as you. Your guns are amazing.
Can you give me any tips on how to age the paint cleanly. I tried a few different things and it's a bit messier then I'd like. Though that might just come with practice. :)
I still have mine. I've actually only sold one thing before. I don't know if I'd want to sell it yet though. I've gotten attached to it. 
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Pirkleations Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I can understand you wanting to keep a hold on your Ray Gun. It's visually impressive and easy to fall in love with!

What method of painting do you currently use to "age" the props that you make? I can safely say that there are not many methods that are not messy. I often come away from my paint jobs with an equal amount of paint on myself as on the prop. My work surface usually is covered with a large garbage bag to keep the area clear from spills and spatter. I do 90% of my work in my utility room on a work table that doubles as my clothes washer and dryer. Very tight work space. Otherwise, whether it is a larger craft paint brush or sponges cut from mattress foam, messes happen. I ruined more t-shirts and tank tops than I can recall from my crafting.  Practice and techniques *do* help make the process a little neater, if not cleaner.
I consider the resulting paint on my hands and work surface as a sign of accomplishment.  That puts a positive spin on the messes. LOL

Thanks again for the compliment!

~D
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Anti-nutella Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, thank you for the watch and Llama badge! I really appreciate it. 
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