- Aug 16, 2014
here’s a couple i done last year. the Christensen Ridgeline 280 Ackley got stolen so if anyone happens across it i’d really appreciate the info on it.
Looks great! But I am curious about the angle of the front sling point and apparently no rear sling point of attachment...
Very nice! Well done!Krylon, I have found the best sponge to be the big “airy” sea sponges from Michael’s. I finish with Brownell’s Alumahyde. I definitely think less is more, as you can see on the last one, I got a little carried away.
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Great job buddy. Your work/hobby looks like the 4-color, $400+ professional Cerakoting work.
Well done!I've done a few. With some history painting other polymer stocks, I use the Krylon Fusion, when possible, as it seems to adhere better than most, as some others have mentioned earlier.
My takes on some of the Altus/Manners color schemes on a couple of KRG Bravo stocks and a Boyd's PV. Stock base colors with torn pieces of Walmart bath sponges torn into random chunks and dipped into puddles of sprayed Krylon. Light color first, followed by darker color. No clear coat needed, to date. Obviously, colors can be varied and additional colors could be included. Less is more when sponge painting, imho.