Jump to content
hugh_b

Painted Weapons Picture Thread

Recommended Posts

Indeed, I especially like the looks of that m15.

Kingstersgun.jpg

Here is a Full view of the CA M15 painted by Ajax.

This Belongs to SFC Kingster on Team B.o.E!

 

Rad

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
radrockin: really interesting paintjobs. what got you all started on that?

also, why the white?

-Joe

The white does not stand out yet it reflects the tones around it. like the multicam white or the ACU pattern which is a lighter grayish whitish look which reflects better when dirty or around certain shadows. plus the more battle worn my G&G gets the more "blended" the pattern becomes.. . it works well for the environment we operate in however, I have been involved in allot of Night ops lately and it works just fine. I never hear..... hey shoot at the white on that GAT lol

 

Rad that paintjob is really cool looking but how well does it actually conceal I wonder?

 

yes it does conceal and pending the terrain like foliage or lush green it will stand out more then a Camo'd out woodland Gat however, the deign is to break up the pattrn of a Rifle. The digital pattern confuses the eye for a moment and thats when it counts.

 

Ajax get all the credit for the design he does it free hand and charges anywhere from 50-120 a Job.

 

Rad

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

TBH it looks like you took a paintbrush and dabbed at it with silver paint. I hate to state the obvious, but concentrating on the edges wear the magazine would be more susceptible to wear would make it look a lot better

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Yeah, except that that is a little difficult to do that when the mag ain't metal ;)

 

A suggestion then, for future reference. Before you begin to paint, rub your hand along the mag and feel the high points. These points are the areas that will wear first on a magazine. Your mag isn't very bag for a first attempt, it could just use some refinement. I've found it works better if the brush is very close to dry (thus dry-brushing, huh? :huh: ) when you start. Sure, it takes longer, but it ends up looking alot nicer.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yeah, the main problem is it doesn't really look dry-brushed. Dry-brushing gives a much subtler look.

This just looks like it's had paint slapped on. Perhaps you need to remove more paint from the brush next time.

 

Cheers!

 

- CapaciousZepher

Edited by CapaciousZepher

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

n208102037_31080221_5737.jpg

 

TM M16A2 receiver lower

TM SR16 receiver upper

TM SR16 RIS

CA M15A4C carry handle

TM SR16 outer barrel

TM M16A2 pistol grip

CA M15A4C stock and buffer tube

Systema 1j mechbox

 

AN/PEQ2 battery box (housing 9.6V nun-chuck battery)

Blank firing adapter

CAA stock saddle (acts like crane stock: holds batteries)

CAA flashlight grip adapter

Surefire 6P

GG&G sling adapter (slides over buffer tube)

 

Around the M4 is 45 magazines:

26 x airsoft (low caps, standards, mid caps)

19 x real steel

 

 

Also in the picture is my HFC M190, HSGI Weesatch (w/ front and rear SAPI plates), and lots of 5.56mm rounds

 

EDIT - In case you're wondering, I do NOT carry my real steel magazines onto the field. Too many magazines for me!

Edited by SgtBojangles

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Not to sure what do you think?

 

Used Tan as a base then med brown and OD

 

CA M15A4 CQB with G&P m203

 

[snip]

 

I think I started off with a OD base and added tan and brown afterwards. Then again, with my UTG L96, I started with tan and used OD and brown afterwards. I should get my L96 up on these boards... SOON!!!

Edited by SgtBojangles

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use and the use of session cookies.