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Painting a SNES
#16
got some wet and dry paper to buff off a couple of spots, and some lacquer is on its way.

I'm doing this properly, may as well with the time I've already spent on it.
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#17
   

loving the generic label !!!!!
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#18
   

it still works !
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#19
http://superjoe.net/snespaint.htm

working now
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#20
pretty good, you just need a mirrored chrome master system now
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#21
you've made a pretty decent job of that, well done!
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#22
cheers spank,

its a little rough in odd spots close up, but for a first attempt its pretty good.

2nd attempt will be better.

I've ordered a replacement screen for an original gameboy.
I may fit that and paint it at the same time for my next attempt.
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#23
(26-02-2013, 10:57 AM)Superjoe Wrote: cheers spank,

Spanky is probably thinking the Harley could do with a touch up
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#24
ordered a very tiny 99p screwdriver, going to take about an original gameboy, paint it and replace the front cover glass to make it all lovely and new.

Need colour ideas though........
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#26
stock image, but what colour should I make mine?
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#27
green
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#28
id go illuminous yellow buttons on a dark main part
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#29
any two tone paints, like purple/cyan? Trying to come up with a colour that hasn't been stock SKU at some point.
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#30
ive ordered some pure white and raspberry pink dye for the moment.
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