Azrelix

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Azrelix last won the day on April 4 2018

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  1. Maybe we should just take the obvious signs being thrown at us and rock no logo at all, maybe just "ERROR 404"? /s
  2. I still need to watch this - did you watch it already? Worth?
  3. Just stumbled on to this channel for TWD videos lol. Nice breakdowns.
  4. Anyone else excited to see this? Venom (& of course Carnage) are longgg time favorites of mine, so this is aweeeeeesome! 🤓
  5. The thing looks nasty even just uniform gray lol. I can't wait!
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    Styx

    Everyone is a lurker until they're not! Welcome aboard beta tester!
  7. I'm speaking from a place of minor experience, not professionalism! For paints, I'm using basic acrylics that you can get almost anywhere, though if you're more keen to spray paints I would suggest Krylon FUSION, as the FUSION brand adheres to plastic well. I use Rustoleum Filler/Primer (one can) and Rustoleum clear coat (protection + shine). Sandpaper is where you determine whether or not you're post processing for 5 minutes or 5 hours.. you want something gritty, and something fine, and however many in between. I only have a high and low grit, no middle ground, and I haven't had much issue yet. (320 high, something like 80-100 low). The idea is to; • Print out your piece, duh. • Use low grit sandpaper to get all the initial chunks/imperfections, and to mow down some of the more visible layer lines. • Mask off anything you don't want filled, painted, etc. This would include stuff like threads for screwing, etc. • Hit it with a generous layer of the primer filler, this stuff should pile up fast and you just need an even coat. • Still with low grit, go ahead and once over the whole piece, you almost want to sand it until the original color is back, this layer was to essentially fill in all the layer lines with the primer. • When satisfied with that sanding session, go ahead and coat it AGAIN with primer-filler. • This should be your "pretty layer", now you can go ahead and sand this down with more finesse, using your high grit sandpaper, this should leave a smooth finish, almost shiny if sanded well enough. (Note, that any of the "sanding" steps could be done either wet, or dry, I tend to sand wet to A) Create less heat, plastics no like teh heets) B) Overall smoother.) • By now, hopefully you have a smooth object in hand - lastly you just need a nice, even coat of clear coat. The more layers you put on, the better/shinier, but I'm sure if you overdo it, you can probably tell. 2-3 maybe? I probably missed something, but that's ok.
  8. That was surprisingly fun to watch - I wouldn't mind being able to do something nifty like that.
  9. Azrelix

    Tide pods

    That was good.
  10. Get comfy and grab a pop - you're on Warpigs time.
  11. If only WoW could update their graphics :'(
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    Never hit a woman

    I want the alternate strip where he does perform the aforementioned spank. Does he still reveal his identity? or Also, I refuse to believe there was no buildup to this point, such as the tonsil hockey going on.. your gross dad.
  13. Certainly not a finished product, just a concept thrown together showing a few different elements - primarily looking for feedback from you all for what direction to head in.
  14. I'm still skeptical. I might wait till May.
  15. We should totally have a 3D printing section!