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Shell paint project complete.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AdamDomenico, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. AdamDomenico

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    After my shell cracked, I decided to order a new one and paint it. Swapping over the components was a lot of work but I'm happy with the results. I chose to paint it burnt orange. I gave it a couple coats of rustoleum base with primer for plastic then a couple of coats of gloss clear. I think it turned out good. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    that looks awesome really like the color
     
  3. strgazr27

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    Beautiful! But then again Orange, in any shade is my favorite color. Going back and forth between orange/carbon dip or spraying a solid color myself. BTW, LIVE the props! Stock dyed Dji or something else?


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  4. flpholt

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    yeah I really like orange myself 20160427_153329.jpg
     
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  5. strgazr27

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    Yeah that's orange lol


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    flying pumpkin hence my avatar
     
  7. strgazr27

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    Had to get myself a matching case [​IMG]


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    Your updated avatar looks a bit different than the previous one. Can't figure out if this one is hungry, mad, or BOTH!!


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    this is the excited one that phantom pilots is going to add x star forum
     
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    That looks really sweet!

    That many coats, though... that's a lot of added weight. I'd have to say it's worth it. :D
     
  12. AdamDomenico

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    The props are carbon DJI.


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  13. AdamDomenico

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    I think the weight is negligible. Plus I also think it's worth it.


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    Nice contrast in the sky I bet. Good job. Thinking of the same color myself. Hard to do?


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    Looks great...
     
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    flying pumpkin 20160905_151557.jpg
     
  17. AdamDomenico

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    The hardest part is disassembling the entire drone. Takes some time, but so worth it :)