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my first ever painted weapon

 

to go on my M700..

 

 

IMG_0831.jpg

 

 

what do you guys think? i need to criticisms and suggestions before i undertake the full scale project.

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looks pretty good for being on a mini electric. might wanna throw on some grid marks (use a cloth laundry bag), but thats just my opinion.

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well, i plan on fading out those hard lines.. detail is a bad thing a lot of times if you want the paintjob to look good AND be affective. I would soften things before i would add more detail. my team actually finds that a solid OD works pretty much the best in ohio woods. the only reason i'm adding something else is to look badass at the same time.

 

the rifle will look much more like the mag and handguard than the body.. the middle Med. Brown stripe is WAY more than i wanted, but i didn't care enough to fix it for this purpose, i just wanted to give you guys an idea of the pattern. i used wood to do the pattern in full force, spending time on it, but in order to post it here, i figured i'd take 5-10 minutes to throw it on a mini electric so i woudn't get in trouble. :D

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Just fell off during a game. Happens to lots of g36s I've noticed. I lost both mine at one point.

 

Since that photo above, I've painted the mags(highcaps, not the dummy bullet ones), vert grip, and large handgaurd to go with the g36. My friend was most pleased with it : ) He just needs a silencer now.

Thanks for all the positive feedback guys.

 

Stew b 10, I can't wait to see that VSR. Get to it!

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yes.. i put a $1,500 scope on a $200 gun...

 

its the ehobbyasia ACTION replica.. ;)

 

 

 

thanks for the compliment though..

Edited by stew_b_10

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