DIY Hydrodip With Spray Paint

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

This in a very interesting technique. I am curious how the final result turned out. Meaning, how well does the finish stay on the object you dip. I would like to see someone try this with a firearm. You could get some interesting patterns.

Side note: since so many people asking… Tyler said the water temperature was around 70 degrees F. He also spray painted the skulls either white or black matte with enamel spray paint before dipping with same type of spray and let dry. He also mixed between flat-matte and gloss enamel based paints to give colors different dimensions

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  • LegoGuy LegoGuy on Dec 10, 2015

    It looks like a geode.

  • Edeco Edeco on Dec 10, 2015

    This would be a good way to spiffy up one of those CMP 1911's. Along with a Rotar 7" bbl and gold-pewter eagle-on-cactus-with-snake grips.